The use of tele-rehabilitation in children was limited before the COVID-19 pandemic, due to culture, technology access, regulatory and reimbursement barriers.

Parents' satisfaction of tele-rehabilitation for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic / P. Frigerio, L. Del Monte, A. Sotgiu, C. De Giacomo, A. Vignoli. - In: BMC PRIMARY CARE. - ISSN 2731-4553. - 23:1(2022), pp. 146.1-146.10. [10.1186/s12875-022-01747-2]

Parents' satisfaction of tele-rehabilitation for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic

A. Vignoli
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2022

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The use of tele-rehabilitation in children was limited before the COVID-19 pandemic, due to culture, technology access, regulatory and reimbursement barriers.
COVID-19; Neurodevelopmental disabilities; Parents’ satisfaction; Tele-rehabilitation; Child; Communicable Disease Control; Humans; Pandemics; Parents; Personal Satisfaction; SARS-CoV-2; COVID-19; Telerehabilitation
Settore MED/39 - Neuropsichiatria Infantile
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