Le programme AliJeu : un soutien aux interactions précoces et à l’oralité : étude prospective d’une approche psychomotrice du jeu chez l’enfant prématuré

Abstract : The research focuses on a specific approach to playing with preterm infants. The aim is to assess whether offering a playing break to the mother-baby dyad could contribute to preventing orality and early interactive disorders. The study includes 58 very preterm infants born between 23 SA + 5d and 31 SA + 6d: 38 from the control group and 20 from the experimental group. The results show that this specific play improves the infant’s disposition, which positively influences the quality of feeding. Both clinical observations and mothers’ records point out the positive effect of this program on early interactions.
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Catherine Simonet-Gaignier. Le programme AliJeu : un soutien aux interactions précoces et à l’oralité : étude prospective d’une approche psychomotrice du jeu chez l’enfant prématuré. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2018. ⟨dumas-02078830⟩

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