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Devenirs langagier et scolaire d'enfants cérébro-lésés vasculaire et traumatique avant 18 mois

Abstract : This study focuses on long-term language and schooling sequelae in children with stroke acquired before the age of 18 months, at about 6 years post-injury; it also examines these sequelae in children with TBI sustained before the age of 18 months, at approximately 11 years post-injury. It then compares language and schooling characteristics in each of the 2 groups, in the long term. For this purpose, data from a 2011 study about schooling, rehabilitation and oral language assessment in a group of 17 TBI children were collected. Families were then contacted by phone in order to update these data by means of a questionnaire. Afterwards, 3 children who suffered from a stroke were assessed on their oral language skills. It appears that language sequelae persist only following severe haemorrhagic strokes. Language and schooling outcomes are similar whatever the origin of injury: vascular or traumatic. Finally, language sequelae following a TBI persist in the very long term. These findings confirm that, in the long and very long term, acquired cerebral lesions before the age of 18 months are responsable for language and schooling outcomes.
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Adèle Savoy, Alissia Zein. Devenirs langagier et scolaire d'enfants cérébro-lésés vasculaire et traumatique avant 18 mois. Sciences cognitives. 2016. ⟨dumas-01357093⟩

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