Linguistic interaction: the active role of parents in speech therapy for cleft palate patients.

Abstract

As speech and language intervention becomes more naturalistic, it seems obvious that language and other developmental competencies are, in a strong way, a function of the quality and quantity of relationships in which the child evolves. This paper compares two different speech therapy groups of cleft palate children. Children included in the first group… (More)

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