2009
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-80342009000200013
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Abstract: RESUMOObjetivo: Analisar as habilidades expressivas de um grupo de alunos com paralisia cerebral sem oralidade durante atividades de jogos. Métodos: Participaram deste estudo três alunos com paralisia cerebral, do sexo masculino, com idades entre 13 e 16 anos, com severos distúrbios na comunicação oral, sem déficits visual, auditivo e cognitivo. Os alunos frequentavam classe especial e eram usuários de recursos de comunicação alternativa. Foi filmada a interação do grupo de alunos durante a realização de seis … Show more

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“…The communicative behavior manifested by the individual 1, characterized by the combined use of several symbols (graphical or pictorial), was effective during their communication. Similar results were reported in other studies 14,17,18 , and the different set of symbols used is referred to as an active behavior in communication, not an inability to use the AAC 17 . When working with the AAC, we should not insist on developing a system of certain signals, but in order to develop a global communication to be effective 12 .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 89%
“…The communicative behavior manifested by the individual 1, characterized by the combined use of several symbols (graphical or pictorial), was effective during their communication. Similar results were reported in other studies 14,17,18 , and the different set of symbols used is referred to as an active behavior in communication, not an inability to use the AAC 17 . When working with the AAC, we should not insist on developing a system of certain signals, but in order to develop a global communication to be effective 12 .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 89%
“…The importance of face and body reading signaled in the study with physiotherapists 14 in 2009 was also identified by two researchers in the area of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences 15 . Representative gestures and body and facial expressions were the skills most commonly used by the group of students with ECNPI.…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 73%
“…Representative gestures and body and facial expressions were the skills most commonly used by the group of students with ECNPI. That is why professionals should be alert to these expressive possibilities 15 .…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Os serviços de tecnologia na escola podem ser prestados por vários profissionais, das áreas da educação e saúde, pois este serviço tem um caráter multidisciplinar, assim terapeutas ocupacionais, fonoaudiólogos, educadores, fisioterapeutas e psicólogos poderão contribuir com engenheiros e outros profissionais no trabalho de identificação do recurso de tecnologia assistiva mais indicado (PELOSI, 2008(PELOSI, , 2009DELIBERATO, 2009 (ROSELL, 2003;SAMESHIMA, 2009a;PONSONI et al, 2009).…”
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