Summary: Language Differences & Disorders Test #3

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  • Reflexive behaviors-Called pre-intentional (perlocutionary)      -Cooing, babbling, looking at mom's face-Intentional (illocutionary)

    Pre-lingisitic Stage of Development
  • Avoids eye contactRarely babbles (usually quiet)Does not consistently respond to whispered speechShows little interest in imitating gesturesCries oftenShows little emotion

    Early risk factors from BIRTH to 12 MONTHS
  • Avoids eye contactDoes not say 'mama' or 'dada'Does not point to common body parts when askedCannot follow verbally given sample one-step directions

    12 to 18 Months
    Risk Factors
  • May be related to autismHearing impairmentDevelopmental disability*SLP kids may also show some of these symptoms 

    Early Communication Deficits
  • -Feeding-Readiness for communication-Turning In-Coming Out-Reciprocity 

    Assessment of New Born
  • -Many types of instruments may be used-Communication attempts by the parents-Family makeup- Involving all other family members, have a plan

    Parent Communication & Family Functioning
  • *Touch*Talk(very important aspects)-Parent centered-Parents need to learn infant communication patterns-Parent is the most important communicator 

    Intervention
  • -Model the appropriate behaviors for parents-Turn-taking & imitation-Monitoring-'Let's play'

    Some thing that we can help parents do
  • -All these early stages the format is based on all areas not just receptive/expressive language (development)-Many involve using a questionnaire for the parents-6 month intervals 

    Language Assessment tools
  • *9-18 months-Now the child becomes an intentional communicator-Child can express intentions -Is he doing it?-Oral verbal interaction *Continue to provide support for the parents

    Pre-linguistic Communication
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