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    STUDIA PSYCHOLOGIA-PAEDAGOGIA - Issue no. 1 / 2006  
         
  Article:   ENCOURAGING EARLY COMMUNICATION DEVELOPMENT AT DEAFBLIND CHILDREN.

Authors:  ANDREA HATHAZI.
 
       
         
  Abstract:  Daily living activities provide the early context for a child to communicate and to affect the world and people around. He learns to imitate and take turns. Recognizing repeated routines and patterns of activities, warning or alerting signals, putting two and two together to attribute meaning to sounds, touches and objects; all are facilitated in the context of early care. Encouraging early communication means that we need to structure the environment and materials in it more deliberately to ensure that the child can develop as wide a range of communication skills. Opportunity, feed-back, reinforcement and encouragement all have to be planned, with a view to making the material world accessible, responsive and reactive.  
         
     
         
         
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