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Assessment of Parent-Child Interaction Is Important With Infants in Rehabilitation and Can Use High-Tech or Low-Tech Methods / Stacey C. Dusing in Physical Therapy, Vol. 99 n° 6 (June 2019)
[article] Assessment of Parent-Child Interaction Is Important With Infants in Rehabilitation and Can Use High-Tech or Low-Tech Methods [texte imprimé] / Stacey C. Dusing, Auteur ; Emily C. Marcinowski, Auteur ; Nelci A.C.F. Rocha, Auteur . - 2019 . - p. 658-665.
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in Physical Therapy > Vol. 99 n° 6 (June 2019) . - p. 658-665
Catégories : DÉMOGRAPHIE
Enfant , Famille
Résumé : Parents are their infant's first teachers and play a very important role in early development. Early intervention strives to enhance infant participation in the family, and regulations require the engagement of families in assessment and intervention. Infants born preterm or with motor impairments demonstrate altered social engagements that can influence parent-child interaction and the efficacy of therapy services. However, in research focused on the efficacy of interventions or in clinical practice, therapists rarely assess or report on the quality of parent-infant interaction. Understanding these interactions can help determine what perceptual motor opportunities parents provide that can enhance learning. This Perspective article will: present evidence on the need for early assessment and ongoing measurement of parent-infant interaction; describe an example of each of 3 methods for assessment of parent-child interactionlow-tech, low-resource (Dyadic Mutuality Code), low-tech, high-resource (Parent Children Early Relational Assessment), and high-tech, high-resource (customized behavioral coding); compare 3 approaches theoretically highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of each assessment; and reflect on the challenges and value of adding these measures to future research on the efficacy of interventions and clinical practice. En ligne : https://academic.oup.com/ptj Permalink : [article]