Relação entre inteligibilidade de fala e habilidades sociais de comunicação em crianças com desvio fonológico
Carlino, Fabiana Cristina
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The language is considered the first form of socialization of the child, but during the natural process of language acquisition is possible that some children experience difficulties and may have what are called language disorders, which may impact both on the psychological development and social conditions. Among several problems, the most common are: shyness, social isolation, academic difficulties, and may also suffer prejudice by their peers and even genuinely experience school failure. Thus, the purpose of this study is the purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between the degree of speech intelligibility and social skills of communication in children diagnosed with phonological disorder. Participated in the study, 10 children between 6 and 8 years of both sexes, their mothers and their teachers. Initially, the mothers responded to the instrument SSRS-BR (System of Evaluation of Social Skills - M version), which aims to measure the frequency with which the child has certain social skills and Brazil Criterion to categorize the economic level of agreement with the power purchasing family. Then the teachers responded to the instrument (SSRS-BR - W version) with the same goal of SSRS-BR applied to mothers. Finally, children were assessed using the instrument ABFW, in order to analyze the severity of phonological disorder, and the calculation was based on the percentage of consonants correct (PCC) and assessment of the Speech Intelligibility was characterized According to the settings: Low, Regulation and Good. Finally, children were shot in three situations structured interaction with the purpose of observing the behavior in social skills of communication. The recordings were analyzed by two trained judges based on the presence or absence of certain behavior. Each film obtained for 10 minutes, totaling 30 minutes. The data were organized in the database of SPSS 17.0 for Windows and analyzed with respect to the overall score of each factor and measures. In general the mothers rated their children with a level of social skills among middle and high, showing little or no difficulty related to social skills. While the teachers rated the participants with a level of social skills among middle and bottom. In addition to classifying them as behavioral problems of medium and high. It was possible to observe a similarity between the participants in relation to the higher level of internalizing problems (such as depression and anxiety. This study can conclude a positive statistical relationship between the GIF and HSC of children with phonological disorders. Thus, in future studies, it is suggested to include other language disorders, with the primary goal of inferring social skills deficits in communication, because that way you can make interventions that allow both the reduction and overcoming difficulties in the social .