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Sourd, mais enfant avant tout

Abstract : « What matters deafness of the ear, when the mind hears » This famous quotation of Victor Hugo is a perfect illustration of the following remark. Many authors, but mainly the deaf community itself, proclaim the liberation of deaf people as a proper person before all, and not as a disabled one. In that case, why has this sensory disability lead to so many political and moral debates about the nursing of these people ? Thereby, I wondered what was the impact of the severe bilateral hearing loss on the psychomotor development of the children. Furthermore, the psychomotor therapist being expert in the development process, I questioned the involvement one could have, as a psychomotor therapist, in the support of these young patients. Throughout these specificities, I will demonstrate why according to me, this skilled worker is part of the multidisciplinary team perfectly able to take care of these deaf persons.
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Jade Babin. Sourd, mais enfant avant tout. Psychologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02884954⟩



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