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Title: A family-centred model of care in paediatric speech-language pathology.
Authors: McKean, Kate
Phillips, Bev
Thompson, Acushla
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Informa
Place of publication: London
Publication Title: International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology
Volume: 14
Issue: 3
Start Page: 235
End Page: 246
Abstract: Developments in paediatric models of care support family-centred practice (FCP); however, there is limited evidence for its use in speech-language pathology. This randomized controlled study examined whether parent satisfaction with FCP (n = 10) was greater than with usual practice (UP; n = 10) over 14 weeks for children with mild-moderate speech and/or language disorders. The FCP included parental goal decision-making; greater parent responsibility for clinic therapy tasks; and two home visits. There was a non-significant trend for the FCP group to have a higher mean score for the "Providing specific information" scale of the Measures of Process of Care. Goals for the FCP and UP groups were respectively targeted towards the Activities and Participation or the Body Function components of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health-Children and Youth. While there were no significant differences between groups for speech/language outcomes post-intervention; it is clinically interesting that more children in the FCP group improved on the Renfrew Action Picture Test than the UP group. This study did not demonstrate a significant benefit for FCP over a relatively short timeframe in a small sample of children. Further research is warranted to determine if there is evidence for the use of FCP in speech-language pathology.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11054/128
ISSN: 1754-9507
Internal ID Number: 00114
Health Subject: PAEDIATRIC
SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
SPEECH PATHOLOGY
FAMILY
PARENT
INTERVENTION
Type: Journal Article
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