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Farahbod M, Mowzooni H, Mohammad Zamani M. A Review on Speech and Language Damages in Children with Cerebral Palsy. Exceptional Education. 2018; 3 (152)
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Abstract:   (385 Views)
Background: The aim of the study was to investigate the scientific framework for research on language, speech, and communication impairments among children with cerebral palsy (CP) as well as providing more appropriate information from previously conducted studies.
Method: The research resources are collected through a library research and using appropriate internet websites. Also, relevant books, articles and dissertations are considered.
Results: Dysarthria is a major outcome of cerebral palsy in children, affected by the severity of neurological injury. The level of dysarthria varies from one child to another. In addition to speech difficulties, some children show signs of swallowing or mouth-watering disorders because of structural or neurological damages. Further, these children have lesion injuries (both language comprehension and speech) which depend on the severity of cerebral palsy.
Conclusion: Regarding the extent of brain injury in cerebral palsy and neurological involvement, therapeutic plans are required to cover various aspects such as sense, movement, cognition, language, speech, communication, emotion and psychological issues. Obviously, health improvements for these children will be the product of full cooperation of treatment group, including rehabilitation specialists, family and school officials.
 
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Type of Study: Review Article | Subject: گفتار و زبان
Received: 2019/Apr/Sun | Revised: 2019/May/Sat | Accepted: 2019/Apr/Sun | Published: 2019/Apr/Sun | ePublished: 2019/Apr/Sun

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