Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Vers un modèle écologique de l'intervention orthophonique auprès des enfants

 
Author(s) Audette Sylvestre
Carolyn Cronk
Denise St-Cyr Tribble
Hélène Payette
Volume 26
Number 4
Year 2002
Page(s) 180-196
Language French
Category
Keywords développement
communication
langage
modèles
Abstract Cet article présente une synthèse des principaux modèles explicatifs du développement de la communication chez les enfants qui ont été développés au cours des cinquante dernières années. Dans un premier temps, nous faisons le point sur l’évolution de ces différents modèles et leur implication dans l’évaluation et l’intervention en orthophonie. Par la suite, nous proposons une conception écologique de l’intervention en orthophonie; un exemple clinique permet d’illustrer nos propos. Nous concluons par l’exposé d’une voie de recherche prometteuse sur le développement de la communication chez les enfants, s’appuyant sur une perspective écologique.




This article presents a synthesis of the key explanatory models of communication development in children that have been developed over the last fifty years. First, we describe the evolution of these various models and how they have influenced assessment and intervention in the field of speech-language pathology. We then propose an ecological concept of speech-language intervention, with a clinical example as illustration. We conclude by setting out a promising approach to research on communication development in children based on an ecological perspective.
Record ID 806
Link http://cjslpa.ca/files/2002_JSLPA_Vol_26/No_04_165-220/Sylvestre_Cronk_Tribble_JSLPA_2002.pdf
 
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