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L’importance du fonctionnement exécutif dans la prise en soin du langage oral des enfants sourds de 3 à 6 ans implantés cochléaires : analyse des pratiques orthophoniques et sensibilisation

Abstract : Various studies have shown that prelingually deaf children with cochlear implants and no associated disorders at pre-school age are 2 to 5 times more likely to have executive function deficits than their normal hearing peers. Since language development and executive function development are closely related, speech therapy should include executive function training. However, the literature suggests that currently speech and language intervention after cochlear implantation is mainly focused on speech and language. As part of our study, we developed a professional practice analysis questionnaire for speech and language therapists in France working in the field of deafness, in order to find out the place of executive function training in the oral language care of deaf children with cochlear implants. We also raised awareness by creating a video summarising the latest scientific research in an Evidence-Based Practice approach. A feedback questionnaire on the video then enabled us to determine whether speech and language therapists are open to the dynamics of change. Overall, our study shows an underestimation of executive functions. However, once they were aware of this, speech therapists were able to adapt their treatment. Although these results need to be qualified, we have shown that the importance of executive functions for the oral language development of deaf children with cochlear implants from pre-school age is still not well known in the profession, but that sharing awareness materials is an interesting way to change speech and language therapy practices.
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Margaux Ancele. L’importance du fonctionnement exécutif dans la prise en soin du langage oral des enfants sourds de 3 à 6 ans implantés cochléaires : analyse des pratiques orthophoniques et sensibilisation. Sciences cognitives. 2021. ⟨dumas-03281017⟩

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