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Accompagnement précoce et pratique du Programme Makaton : effets sur la communication prélinguistique dans la trisomie 21

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to assess early interactional skills, focusing on the case of 20 children with Down Syndrome, aged between 24 and 48 months. We have assessed Interactional skills in two ways: a test (ECSP) and a natural play situation with a domestic partner. We can split the children into four groups: those who benefit from early speech therapy and those who don't; those who practice the Makaton Language Programme and those who don't. This study highlights the trend whereby the children who benefit either from early speech therapy or from the Makaton Language Programme, or from both of them, develop better preverbal skills. This two early cares seem to have a combined effect and are appropriate within the scope of Down Syndrome.
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Delphine Allard, Thérèse Reichert. Accompagnement précoce et pratique du Programme Makaton : effets sur la communication prélinguistique dans la trisomie 21. Sciences cognitives. 2014. ⟨dumas-01076516⟩

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