Revista Română de Terapia Tulburărilor de Limbaj și de Comunicare
Auz natural înseamnă auz binaural
Carolina BODEA HAŢEGAN
Dispraxia. Studiu privind problematica dispraxiei în ţara noastră
Dyspraxia. Pilot study regarding dyspraxia approach in our country
Carolina BODEA HAŢEGAN, Dorina TALAȘ, Raluca (SOARE) TRIFU
Keywords: speech and language therapy, motor planning, developmental dysprexia,
dyspraxia of speech, apraxia in adults and in children
Strategii terapeutice psiho – comportamentale în bâlbâială la vârsta școlară
Psycho-behavioral strategies in approaching stuttering in school age children
Keywords: stuttering, cognitive/behavioral approach, rythm, verbal behavior, school age.
Modalităţi de prevenire a tulburărilor de citire şi scriere la copiii nevăzători
Prevention means for reading and writing disorders addressing visual impaired children
Keywords: reading disorders, visual impairments, Braille, pre-reading stage, educational strategies for improving reading abilities
Terapia logopedică în tulburările de deglutiție la pacientul cu accident vascular cerebral (AVC)
Speech and language therapy for dysphagia in the context of the cerebro-vascular accidents
Elena Lăcrămioara BUZZO (PRIHOI)
Keywords: eating disorders, swallowing disorders, cerebrovascular accidents, speech and language therapy, drinking disorders, deglutition
Direcții de intervenție timpurie în contextul dezvoltării abilităților de comunicare în sindromul Down
Early intervention strategies for developing communication abilities in Down syndrome
Mihaela Maria TELCEAN, Anamaria-Rada BENE, Cristina SANDU
The anatomical and physiologic characteristics frequently met among children with Down syndrome are represented by differences of the muscles and facial structure, which lead to language disorders such as: hypotonia, poor lips, tongue and oral cavity coordination. The physical features of these children (tongue protusion, predominantly oral breathing, irregular dentition, ogival palate) highlight difficulties for small and precise movements of the mouth which limits tongue movements when speaking. The problems mentioned above affect the children’s intelligibility of speech for with Down syndrome in the following areas: articulation, rhythm and fluency, resonance, phonation.
This paper proposes an approach which focuses on the development of the suprasegmental aspects of speech, the development of immediate imitation abilities, the development of focused attention, establishing eye contact, the development of phonoarticulation using orofacial stimulation (the Morales technique and using special instruments – Sensory Therapy instruments, Z-vibe – an instrument with vibrations).
Keywords: speech and language development, early intervention, Down syndrome, orofacial stimulation, motor development
Particularităţile citirii la elevii cu bâlbâială
Reading features in stuttering context
Ana SABOU (BUT)
Key words: stuttering, reading fluency, case study, assessment, intervention, functional development.
Valenţe persuasiv-comunicaţionale şi catartice ale vocii în psihoterapie, euritmie şi în eufonia vocală
Persuasive-communicational and cathartic features of voice in psychotherapy, eurithmy and vocal euphony
Oana PREDA, Vasile Radu PREDA
This study focuses on five theoretical, methodological and practical problems from the area of
melotherapeutic mediation psychotherapies: the impact of the emotional state upon the voice; the
therapeutic persuasive-communicational valences of the voice; the emotional-cathartic valences of the voice in melotherapy; the eurythmics – a contemporary model of connection between movement, rhythm and sound; the therapeutic valences of vocal euphony. The insistence is on the efficiency of these approaches in the case of persons in difficulty due to illness or disability.
Keywords: melotherapy, cognitive musical therapies, eurythmics, vocal-musical therapy, vocal euphony, emotional valences, cathartic valences.
Valenţe corectiv compensatorii ale metodei spectografice
Therapeutic valences for spectrographic method
Most of these studies have been limited to the analysis of perceptual errors of type phonetic and phonological. In recent years of the digital technology has greatly increased the efficiency of speech acoustics study, which may provide more precise details than perceptual analysis regarding timing and frequency distribution of acoustic energy into individual segments of speech
Keywords: speech intelligibility, spectogram, voice onset time, hearing impairments
Impactul mediului acustic asupra comunicării în sala de clasă
The impact of acoustic environment on communication in classroom setting
Diana TODIȚĂ SYLVANDER
regardless whether it refers to adults or children, normally developed or with different types of disabilities.
This study examines several acoustical microbarriers, such as: noise, reverberation and speaker-listener distance, and the impact of these variables on the speech perception abilities of both children with hearing loss and children with normal hearing.
From a practical standpoint, we discussed several methods for eliminating some of these communication barriers, such as improving the acoustical environment in the classroom and managing student’s behavior.
The study also presents some of the effects of the acoustical environment on the children’s academic achievement, as well as behavior when speech perception is compromised, ending with suggestions on using smart technology applications for monitoring the noise level hence the student’s behavior in the classroom.
Keywords: Semantic network, hearing impairment, vocabulary
Aspecte ale inteligibilităţii vorbirii la copiii cu dizabilități auditive
Speech intelligibility in the context of hearing impairments
Liana Angela (ROȘCA) MUŞUŢAN
The current study aims to highlight the degree of development of speech intelligibility for students with hearing disability who are using digital hearing aids and those with cochlear implants. Recordings were made with students reading lists of words and sentences, witch played to three inexperienced listeners that had to write down (transcription) the words correctly perceived from the students reading. To establish the speech intelligibility, has been applied The Speech Intelligibility Rating Scale (SIR).
The main reason for the selection of this topic is to show that speech intelligibility of children with digital hearing aids and cochlear implant is influenced by many factors that have an impact on oral language development. Among them there are: the type of hearing aid used, the degree of hearing loss, the communication mode used, the beginning of intervention for recovery. Speech intelligibility of students with hearing disability can be improved by applying appropriate strategies and individualized recovery.
Keywords: hearing impairment, speech intelligibility, cochlear implant, hearing aids, speech and language, auditory-verbal therapy.
Programe de intervenție pentru elevii cu risc de discalculie
Intervention programs for children with dyscalculia risk
case study reveals the need for complex long-term intervention for these pupils.
Keywords: severe dyscalculia, adapted intervention, Approximate Number System
Pentru o comunicare eficientă