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Étude de l’intérêt de la voix chantée dans le cadre d’une dysarthrie chez des patients atteints de sclérose en plaques

Abstract : About 50% of people with multiple sclerosis have dysarthria and some have specific vocal disorders. The objective of our three-case study is to provide speech therapy based on the singing voice to dysarthric patients with multiple sclerosis and to analyse the results. The three patients performed a pre-treatment and post-treatment assessment and vocal training using the Haneishi method. The treatment lasted 6 weeks with a total of 11 sessions. The program, built according to the same routine at each session, offered exercises for posture training, breathing, intensity, timbre, articulation, resonance, pitch and melody. The exercises first sought the spoken voice, then the sung voice and finally the spoken voice in line with the generalization of the training. The patient's feeling of fatigue was also noted. Objective and subjective data on voice quality were analysed, showing a positive trend. In addition, the training was greatly appreciated by the patients. Singing therefore seems to be a good complement for vocal rehabilitation in the context of a chronic and degenerative pathology.
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Lucy Bailleul. Étude de l’intérêt de la voix chantée dans le cadre d’une dysarthrie chez des patients atteints de sclérose en plaques. Sciences cognitives. 2019. ⟨dumas-02544076⟩

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