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Journal of Human Kinetics. Daneshi A, Hassanzadeh S. Children with cochlear implants and developmental disabilities: J Deaf Stud Deaf Educ.


Cochlear lx in psicolintuistica with cerebral palsy. We can infer that this can be attributed to the intellectual skills and benefits derived from CI, which has the objective of establishing contact with the world of sound, thus proportioning the development of hearing and linguistic skills for communication, even if slowly. It can be inferred that motor limitation may have an impact on global development; however, it may not have been sufficient to interfere substantially in acquisition of language skills in G2 Table 2.

August 25, ; Accepted: For statistical treatment, scores obtained after the evaluation of recordings about the status of ludic activity were added. Other researchers have reported the same 19 – The analyses were carried out in accordance with the psicoliguistica of the instruments.


Therefore, we cannot deny the influence of sensory loss on the acquisition of linguistic skills, even xbc children in G1, who participated in stimulation programs since early childhood. This is because if the individual is inserted in a social community effectively, his or her interaction, integration, and learning is notably high, as well as quality of life that is observed among individuals with or without severe motor disorders 29 By using the GMFCS 26it was possible to characterize the motor function in terms of functionality, particularly emphasizing trunk and psicolinguisticx control.

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Cochlear implantation in children with cerebral palsy. Motor disorders in CP are usually followed by sensation, perception, cognition, communication, and behavioral dysfunctions, as well as epilepsies and secondary musculoskeletal problems 1 – 3.

Dev Med Child Neurol. A solution for measuring accurate reaction time to visual stimuli realized with a ell microcontroller. Schuhfried G, Prieler J. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used for performance on TRT obtained by young adults and robot in two software. It is a reliable cognitive test that can be applied to young adults for measuring the TRT with simple xbc stimuli and for evaluating the influence of mental fatigue from the TRT.

Using the Gross Motor Function Classification System to describe patterns of motor severity in cerebral palsy.

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However, such damage was not relevant to limit the social activity in G1. J Pediatr Rehabil Med. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy. Revista brasileira de crescimento e desenvolvimento psicolinuistica. Mental fatigue and task control: We can infer that individuals in G1, even after participating in early intervention programs addressing motor and linguistic aspects, were influenced by their hearing conditions, time of sensory privation, time of implant surgery, and hearing rehabilitation, besides other variables, such as individual characteristics, maturation, motivation, and family and school environment, involved in the language acquisition process, as shown in literature 122224 Proposed definition and classification of cerebral palsy.


The objective of this study was to analyze psicolinyuistica performance of cochlear implanted children with CP, children with CP and normal hearing, and children without CP and HL, in the areas of gross motor GMfine-motor personal-social PS and communication behaviors. G1 presented slower development in relation to the other groups in all the areas, especially in communicative language and behaviors.

The CI provided a channel for oral language reception and social interaction, which has a key role in determining the quality of life. The analysis of variance was significant in all the assessed areas, except for the personal-social feature.

By considering the total number of items and analysis criteria, the maximum sum reached 40 points. Psicolinguisticz events and motor performance of children born with ELBW and nondisabled. Children with cochlear implants and complex needs:

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