Auditory training methods in children with psychiatric diagnosis: an integrative literature review

Conclusion: the heterogeneity of auditory training techniques diversified the results. However, it seems there is a potential for recommending auditory training in the reviewed population.RESUMO Objetivo: identificar as abordagens de treinamento auditivo utilizadas na popula ção infantil com diagnósticos psiquiátricos, caracterizar os contextos de intervenção, protocolos e discernimento dos desfechos. Métodos: busca realizada em quatro bases de dados, utilizando as expressões fixas “ auditory training ” OR “ auditory rehabilitation ” e, quanto à amostragem, variaram-se aos mais comuns diagnósticos, sinais e sintomas. Foram selecionados artigos publicados até agosto de 2018, com população sem perda auditiva e excluídos artigos com amostra com uso de dispositivos de amplificação sonora, otites ou diagnóstico isolado de Transtorno d o Processamento Auditivo. Resultados: foram identificadas 103 referências, dentre as quais 16 preencheram os critérios de inclusão. As amostragens estudadas foram de crianças e adolescentes com distúrbios de aprendizagem, linguagem e leitura, dislexia, transtorno do déficit de atenção e hip eratividade, transtorno do espectro autista e esquizofrenia. As intervenções com a abordagem bottom-up e combinada (bottom-up e top-down), no contexto for...
Source: Revista CEFAC - Category: Speech-Language Pathology Source Type: research

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