Since 2007, the Center of Attention for Communication, Hearing and Language (CCAL-UCA), a dependency of the Department of Education Sciences of the Central American University José Simón Cañas – UCA (El Salvador), has provided speech therapy to children with cochlearimplants due to hearing disability. From March 2020, all therapeutic and educational processesfaced the need of modifying from a face-to-face modality to a distance approach due to the global COVID19 pandemic. The new strategy consisted of planning an intervention proposal which could be implemented with the pedagogical mediation of families, taking into account that the majority of cochlear implant users are groups with limited economic resources, who live in vulnerable areas at social risk. The qualitative research, through three case-study, analyzes how the pedagogical mediation of families of children with cochlear implants has been effective in the therapeutic care offered by CCAL-UCA. The results underline the importance of building a model of therapeutic care with pedagogical mediation according to the diversity of emergency circumstances; to carry out the evaluation of the activitiestaking into account both the family context and the childhood; to train families in language development strategies and to strengthen the research processin these same directions

Mediación pedagógica de la familia a la niñez con implante coclear en situación de pandemia

Taddei, Arianna;
2020

Abstract

Since 2007, the Center of Attention for Communication, Hearing and Language (CCAL-UCA), a dependency of the Department of Education Sciences of the Central American University José Simón Cañas – UCA (El Salvador), has provided speech therapy to children with cochlearimplants due to hearing disability. From March 2020, all therapeutic and educational processesfaced the need of modifying from a face-to-face modality to a distance approach due to the global COVID19 pandemic. The new strategy consisted of planning an intervention proposal which could be implemented with the pedagogical mediation of families, taking into account that the majority of cochlear implant users are groups with limited economic resources, who live in vulnerable areas at social risk. The qualitative research, through three case-study, analyzes how the pedagogical mediation of families of children with cochlear implants has been effective in the therapeutic care offered by CCAL-UCA. The results underline the importance of building a model of therapeutic care with pedagogical mediation according to the diversity of emergency circumstances; to carry out the evaluation of the activitiestaking into account both the family context and the childhood; to train families in language development strategies and to strengthen the research processin these same directions
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