child language intervention approaches

Russian translation: подходы к лечению/коррекции речевых нарушений у детей

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English term or phrase:child language intervention approaches
Russian translation:подходы к лечению/коррекции речевых нарушений у детей
Entered by: AnnaArt

15:58 Dec 1, 2016
English to Russian translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Psychology / communication
English term or phrase: child language intervention approaches
Some child language intervention approaches have highlighted the importance of supporting language development within the contexts of the child's everyday partners (e.g., family) and everyday activities/.
AnnaArt
Russian Federation
Local time: 12:11
подходы к лечению/коррекции речевых нарушений у детей
Explanation:
Еще есть термин "речевые расстройства", но по сути это одно и то же.

Intervention чаще переводится как "вмешательство", но в данном случае это "коррекция" или даже "лечение".

Spoken language disorders (SLD) are heterogeneous in nature, and the severity of the disorder can vary considerably. Each individual with language difficulties has a unique profile, based on his or her current level of language functioning, as well as functioning in areas related to language, including hearing, cognitive level, and speech production skills. In addition to having a unique profile of strengths and needs, individuals bring different backgrounds to the treatment setting. For bilingual individuals, it is important that the clinician consider the language or languages used during intervention. See bilingual service delivery.
The goal of language intervention is to stimulate overall language development and to teach language skills in an integrated fashion and in context, so as to enhance everyday communication and ensure access to academic content. Goals are frequently selected with consideration for developmental appropriateness and the potential for improving the effectiveness of communication and academic and social success.

Roth and Worthington (2015) summarize steps in the selection and programming of treatment targets and provide sample case profiles for early intervention through adolescence. They also identify a number of basic principles of effective intervention regardless of client age or disorder. These  include:
to the extent possible, teach strategies for facilitating communication rather than teaching isolated behaviors
provide intervention that is dynamic in nature and includes ongoing assessment of the child's progress in relation to his or her goals, modifying them as necessary
provide intervention that is individualized, based on the nature of a child's deficits and individual learning style
tailor treatment goals to promote a child's knowledge, one step beyond the current level
Intervention strategies for various age ranges are outlined in the sections below. Older individuals with severely impaired language may be functioning at developing language levels. Rather than being based on developmental sequences, interventions for these individuals may be more functional in nature, focusing on building independence in everyday settings.
http://www.asha.org/PRPSpecificTopic.aspx?folderid=858993532...

Русскоязычные ссылки:
http://med-stud.narod.ru/med/neurology/speech.html
http://www.sibmedport.ru/article/9073-rechevie-narushenija-u...
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Elena Ow-Wing
United States
Local time: 02:11
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подходы к лечению/коррекции речевых нарушений у детей


Explanation:
Еще есть термин "речевые расстройства", но по сути это одно и то же.

Intervention чаще переводится как "вмешательство", но в данном случае это "коррекция" или даже "лечение".

Spoken language disorders (SLD) are heterogeneous in nature, and the severity of the disorder can vary considerably. Each individual with language difficulties has a unique profile, based on his or her current level of language functioning, as well as functioning in areas related to language, including hearing, cognitive level, and speech production skills. In addition to having a unique profile of strengths and needs, individuals bring different backgrounds to the treatment setting. For bilingual individuals, it is important that the clinician consider the language or languages used during intervention. See bilingual service delivery.
The goal of language intervention is to stimulate overall language development and to teach language skills in an integrated fashion and in context, so as to enhance everyday communication and ensure access to academic content. Goals are frequently selected with consideration for developmental appropriateness and the potential for improving the effectiveness of communication and academic and social success.

Roth and Worthington (2015) summarize steps in the selection and programming of treatment targets and provide sample case profiles for early intervention through adolescence. They also identify a number of basic principles of effective intervention regardless of client age or disorder. These  include:
to the extent possible, teach strategies for facilitating communication rather than teaching isolated behaviors
provide intervention that is dynamic in nature and includes ongoing assessment of the child's progress in relation to his or her goals, modifying them as necessary
provide intervention that is individualized, based on the nature of a child's deficits and individual learning style
tailor treatment goals to promote a child's knowledge, one step beyond the current level
Intervention strategies for various age ranges are outlined in the sections below. Older individuals with severely impaired language may be functioning at developing language levels. Rather than being based on developmental sequences, interventions for these individuals may be more functional in nature, focusing on building independence in everyday settings.
http://www.asha.org/PRPSpecificTopic.aspx?folderid=858993532...

Русскоязычные ссылки:
http://med-stud.narod.ru/med/neurology/speech.html
http://www.sibmedport.ru/article/9073-rechevie-narushenija-u...

Elena Ow-Wing
United States
Local time: 02:11
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
PRO pts in category: 28
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