Mothers of children with cleft palate undergoing speech intervention change communicative interaction.

@article{Pamplona2001MothersOC,
  title={Mothers of children with cleft palate undergoing speech intervention change communicative interaction.},
  author={Ma Carmen Pamplona and Antonio Ysunza and Y Jim{\`e}nez-Murat},
  journal={International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology},
  year={2001},
  volume={59 3},
  pages={173-9}
}
INTRODUCTION Natural learning must include language learning relationships that provide natural support for communication and language learning. OBJECTIVE To find out if including the mother as an active participant during speech therapy sessions would improve the communicative style and mode of the interaction of the mothers with their cleft palate children. MATERIALS AND METHODS Fifty-nine children with cleft palate and their mothers were included in the study group. The patients were… CONTINUE READING

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