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Global approach in rehabilitation of hearing, speech and language of children with Down syndrome. / Dobrić, Arnalda ; Nemet, Lorena.

By: Dobrić, Arnalda.
Contributor(s): Nemet, Lorena [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 95-100 str.Other title: Global approach in rehabilitation of hearing, speech and language of children with Down syndrome [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.03 | hearing; speech; language; movement; global approach; verbotonal system; early interventions; Down syndrome In: 5th International Conference on Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Speech and Language str. 95-100Summary: Down syndrome is one of the most widespread genetic disorders with the overall incidence estimated to be 1/600-800 live births. Atypical development in children with Down syndrome can be seen on different levels. In this paper the rehabilitation of a girl with Down syndrome included in an education center is discussed. The descriptive analysis used in this paper focuses on: a/ atypical elements in speech and language as well as in sensory motor development ; b/ elements of early childhood intervention procedures used during rehabilitation that are also used in verbotonal method. The results of the analysis are consistent with earlier findings confirming therefore the differences of the child’s development of speech and language as well as sensory motor level compared to normal development of a child. Spatiality (with movement as the most prominent of all elements) and structure proved to be the unavoidable parts of global approach to the child in rehabilitation which is common to both early interventions and verbotonal method. The authors finally suggest some of possible further procedures in rehabilitation of the child based on verbotonal method.
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Down syndrome is one of the most widespread genetic disorders with the overall incidence estimated to be 1/600-800 live births. Atypical development in children with Down syndrome can be seen on different levels. In this paper the rehabilitation of a girl with Down syndrome included in an education center is discussed. The descriptive analysis used in this paper focuses on: a/ atypical elements in speech and language as well as in sensory motor development ; b/ elements of early childhood intervention procedures used during rehabilitation that are also used in verbotonal method. The results of the analysis are consistent with earlier findings confirming therefore the differences of the child’s development of speech and language as well as sensory motor level compared to normal development of a child. Spatiality (with movement as the most prominent of all elements) and structure proved to be the unavoidable parts of global approach to the child in rehabilitation which is common to both early interventions and verbotonal method. The authors finally suggest some of possible further procedures in rehabilitation of the child based on verbotonal method.

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