A Fourth-Generation Methodological Practice on A Study of Speech Dysfunctions of Children with Cerebral Palsy
This article has a concern on marginalization due to problems in linguistic education of children with Cerebral Palsy (CP). These children are affected on their development and gross motor functions. We observed Bengali children - age between 3 and 18 and from different socio-economic status -, while attend diagnostic and intervention in Tertiary level hospital. Their verbal and nonverbal communications based on their expressive language functioning and the nature of speech problem in Bengali children with cerebral palsy and autism. This article follows a fourth-generation methodological research to propose a contemporary view of linguistic education more responsive to the difficulties of these children and to monitor their development in order to bring benefits to society.
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