Effet de la fréquence d’intervention auprès d’enfants de 3 ans à 4 ans 6 mois présentant des troubles du langage oral

Abstract : This study aims to determine the effect of frequency on the speech-language intervention of children aged 3 years 4 years 6 months and presenting language disorders. We administered the same rehabilitation protocol to all children enrolled. We compared progressions of a group of 13 patients seen 3 times a week for 5 weeks to a group of 13 children followed once a week for 15 weeks. There are direct benefits from the high frequency of intervention on the lexical component and the production and judgment skills. In the longer term, these benefits also extend to the morphosyntactic component. Only results in phonology and comprehension suggest greater benefits with a lower frequency of intervention. To carry out our study, we had to control certain parameters including the implication of the parents in the care: thus, the children having progressed the most during the protocol are those having carried out a training at home more frequently.
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Alice Leverrand. Effet de la fréquence d’intervention auprès d’enfants de 3 ans à 4 ans 6 mois présentant des troubles du langage oral. Sciences cognitives. 2019. ⟨dumas-02176329⟩

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