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2017 | 3(37) | 23-33
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EARLY INTERVENTION HOME VISIT PRACTICES WITH FAMILIES AND THEIR YOUNG CHILDREN WHO HAVE MULTIPLE DISABILITIES

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WIZYTY DOMOWE W RAMACH WCZESNEJ INTERWENCJI DLA DZIECI Z NIEPEŁNOSPRAWNOŚCIĄ SPRZĘŻONĄ I ICH RODZIN
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Tekst dotyczy opartych na danych z badań naukowych praktyk w zakresie wizyt domowych u dzieci z niepełnosprawnością sprzężoną i ich rodzin. Są to dzieci z dwoma lub więcej wadami: opóźnienia w rozwoju, zaburzenia intelektualne, autyzm, niepełnosprawność fizyczna, utrata słuchu lub choroby (jak np. padaczka, wodogłowie, małogłowie, sonda gastrostromijna, rurka tracheostomijna). Omówię tu przetestowane strategie zachęcające te dzieci do wczesnych interakcji i komunikacji.
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This text focuses on evidence-based home visit practices with families and their young children who have multiple disabilities. These include children with two or more of the following diagnoses: developmental delay, intellectual disability, autism, physical disabilities, hearing loss and medical conditions (such as seizure disorders, hydrocephaly or microcephaly, gastrostomy tube or tracheostomy tube). I will describe field tested strategies for encouraging these children’s early interactions and communication.
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  • California State University, Northridge at 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA 91330; tel. + 001 818 6774604
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