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Analyse du lien entre les vulnérabilités de développement moteur et les vulnérabilités en oralité chez les enfants de 16 à 18 mois

Abstract : Speech-language pathologists are front-line professionals for the prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation of eating disorders. Both sensory and motor rehabilitation is recommended. In addition, different studies show the simultaneous construction of motor and oral skills, particularly between life in utero and 24 months. This led us to wonder if, from 16-18 months, as part of a preventive approach, the observation of motor development vulnerabilities could be predictive of orality vulnerabilities. A study using a questionnaire was set up within several CMS and liberal pediatric practices. This study did not show any obvious statistical correlations between motor and food development. However, some results suggest a possible interaction between motor coordination and eating skills. This thesis therefore raises new avenues for understanding and preventing oral disorders for new research.
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Chloé Gaillardon. Analyse du lien entre les vulnérabilités de développement moteur et les vulnérabilités en oralité chez les enfants de 16 à 18 mois. Sciences cognitives. 2020. ⟨dumas-02901095⟩

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