Zespół Gregga jako wyzwanie dla teorii i praktyki logopedycznej. Studium przypadku


Gregg’s team as a challenge to the theory and practice speech therapy. Case Study This article is an attempt to share their experiences obtained in the course of speech therapy work with children profoundly handicapped, which soon after thorough clinical diagnosis changed, calling them children of a team of Gregg. The first part of article I described is relatively rare occurring in children, with different symptoms disorder caused by rubella virus. Looking for an answer to the question about the nature of the disorder, concentrated on specialist literature and the results of their own trials and speech therapy practice. In the second part of the paper I decided to share their experiences those obtained step by step on how to work with them – as children with a diagnosis of Gregg’s team. For example, the selected case study – I tried to show the results of speech therapy struggle. However, the results of several multi-profile treatment of the interesting group of people with a diagnosis of Gregg, I treated as a new challenge to the theory and practice of speech therapy.

Published : 2012-01-01

MinczakiewiczE. M. (2012). Zespół Gregga jako wyzwanie dla teorii i praktyki logopedycznej. Studium przypadku. Logopedia Silesiana, (1). Retrieved from https://www.journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/LOGOPEDIASILESIANA/article/view/3118

Elżbieta Maria Minczakiewicz  logopediasilesiana@us.edu.pl
dr nauk humanistycznych, długoletni nauczyciel akademicki, pedagog specjalny, neurologopeda, oligofrenologopeda, muzyk, nauczyciel terapeuta, terapeuta osób po zabiegu laryngektomii, wolontariusz w hospicjum. Jest autorką wielu książek z zakresu rozwijania i korekty mowy u dzieci i dorosłych, wspomagania rozwoju dzieci i wychowania młodzieży niepełnosprawnej (przede wszystkim osób z zespołem Downa, autyzmem oraz osób z chorobą Alzheimera, chorobą Parkinsona i osób laryngektomowanych), a także artykułów, esejów i rozprawek w języku polskim, angielskim, czeskim, niemieckim, rosyjskim i słowackim. Należy do wielu towarzystw naukowych i społecznych, m.in.: Polskiego Towarzystwa Logopedycznego (PTL), Polskiego Zespołu do Badań Naukowych nad Upośledzeniem Umysłowym, Międzynarodowej Akademii Rehabilitacji Rozwojowej w Monachium i Polskiego Stowarzyszenia Montessori (AMI), Polskiego Stowarzyszenia na Rzecz Osób z Upośledzeniem Umysłowym, Polskiego Towarzystwa do Walki z Kalectwem (PTWK), Polskiego Towarzystwa Laryngektomowanych, Polskiego Towarzystwa Psychologicznego, Towarzystwa Kultury Języka, Stowarzyszenia Rodzin i Opiekunów Osób z Zespołem Downa „Bardziej Kochani”.

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