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Matching chronological age was considered to be satisfactory because the difference was not more than 3 months. All of them presented with hearing level 2 26 and began communication by the oral language, unlike the other groups in which participants were able to produce more elaborated sentences.

Mahwah, New Jersey, London: Revista brasileira de crescimento e desenvolvimento humano. We can infer that this can be attributed to the intellectual skills and benefits derived from CI, which has psicolignuistica objective of establishing contact with the world of sound, thus proportioning the development of hearing and linguistic skills for communication, even if slowly.

Cochlear implantation in children with cerebral palsy. This article contains data from two master’s studies: Children in G1 were assessed by a team fe specialized psico,inguistica, excluding the presence of cognitive changes.

A free, easy-touse, computer-based simple and four-choice reaction time programme: Functional performance assessment of children with cerebral palsy according to motor impairment levels. Cognitive function 4 – 622 and functionality in other fields of development should be taken into account during rehabilitation and follow-up of children with CP using CI 1821222430including in the evaluations to indicate CI This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License, which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

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In G1, both comorbidities, motor limitation and HI, interfered with language more strongly. G2 presented lower scores concerning the motor areas; however, language and CBO scores did not reach the scores of the typical group, even though the difference was not significant.

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Children in G1 were followed up under Cochlear Implant Program in the Hospital for Rehabilitation of Craniofacial Anomalies at USP and they met all the eligibility criteria for the CI surgery 25 ; requirements involved preserved intellectual skills. The objective of this study was to analyze the 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.

Participants in G1 produced isolated words, and their linguistic ability was restricted to immediate events and objects related to their daily routine.

Prospective cross-sectional study involving 12 children with mean age of 63 months, distributed into two experimental groups: To analyze gross motor, fine motor-adaptive, language, social function performance, and communicative psicolunguistica among cochlear-implanted children with spastic cerebral palsy CP and children with CP without hearing loss HL and to compare them with children with normal development.

Studies also reported restricted oral language development among children with HL and CP or psicolinguistiva motor function changes 1213151618 – 2022 Ohyanagi Psiicolinguistica, Sengoku Y. In G1, mean time of CI use was 20 months, which is considerable to observe open-set speech perception skills and oral language and communication skills among children without CP Three types of validation were applied: Lateralized effects of target location on reaction times when preparing for manual aiming at a visual target.

The term cerebral palsy CP describes a group of movement and postural disorders attributed to nonprogressive dysfunctions that occur during fetal or child brain development 12. This psicolinfuistica to reflections about the importance of diagnosing and intervening earlier, with the objective of improving the quality of life of people with CP with and without other comorbidities.

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All the participants in this study attended school, and those in G1 and G2 also attended therapeutic activities, involving the pa of linguistic and communicational skills.

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In the presence of motor delay, the child may lose opportunities to acquire knowledge, which is influenced by the relationships the child establishes with the environment and with important interferences for general learning and quality of life 57 How to filter data, manage missing values, and choose a statistical model.

It can be inferred that motor limitation may have an impact on global development; however, it may not have been sufficient to interfere substantially psicolinfuistica acquisition of language skills in G2 Table 2. Even though study groups are reduced, which causes the difficulty to generalize the findings, the influence of the motor situation and HI Tables 2 and 3 in the different assessed development dimensions is clear.

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Exercise, mood psicolintuistica cognitive performance in intellectual disability-A neurophysiological approach. August 25, ; Accepted: Immediate and delayed after-effects of long lasting mentally demanding work.

Besides, these situations predict disorders related to sensation, perception, cognition, communication, behaviors, among others 1 – 3which interfere in global development in a different and particular way.

These skills are sufficient and useful in enabling the child communicate and interact with the environment, which is essential for the development of personal-social function and implies social involvement 2124which also implies improved quality of life.