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Outils d’évaluation et de rééducation de l’aphasie de l’enfant : revue de littérature

Abstract : Acquired brain injuries in children may be the cause of an acquired language disorder : aphasia. Widely studied in adults, this language pathology is rare in children and therefore remains unknown. The aim of this study is to identify the assessment and rehabilitation tools especially created or proved as efficient with aphasic children. To explore this question, we conducted a literature review from PubMed data base, completed with Scopus and Google Scholar data bases. At the end of this research, 7 studies from the scientific literature were reviewed. Three of them focused on the assessment and 4 on the rehabilitation. Assessment tools especially created for acquired aphasia in children exist. One of them is available in French, but it is scarcely used. As for rehabilitation, some studies show interesting results, but the number of subjects they include (1 or 2) is too low to have a scientific value. Research on speech and language therapy in children’s aphasia must continue, in order to support the speech pathologists who take care of these young patients.
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Chloé Gauthier. Outils d’évaluation et de rééducation de l’aphasie de l’enfant : revue de littérature. Sciences cognitives. 2020. ⟨dumas-03085285⟩



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