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What is non-verbal autism?

What is non-verbal autism?

Non-verbal autism   Autism is a developmental disorder that affects 8,000 children each year. Despite this large number, each child is different. There are several types of autism, with different levels of severity and different vulnerabilities. Autism can...

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Memory

Memory

Cognitive functions: memory   Memory is an essential cognitive function for our lives. It allows us to store information, to retain it and to "get it out" when we need it. Memory is the basis of our personality as it collects our knowledge, memories, experiences...

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Language development

Language development

Children communicate from birth with movements, crying, looking at each other or with smiles. After only a few months, the child starts to communicate orally, with sounds or with the so-called lallation. As the child grows, communication continues to improve and it is...

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Speech and language therapy

Speech and language therapy

Speech therapy sessions The aim may be to work on articulation in the mouth, on breathing, on vocal intonation or on cognitive functions such as attention or memory. The aim may be to work on articulation in the mouth, on breathing, on vocal intonation or on cognitive...

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What is cognitive remediation?

What is cognitive remediation?

Cognitive remediation is a therapeutic intervention that aims to support people with cognitive disorders. The aim of this technique is to treat the person's difficulties and to give them support to remain autonomous.   Types of cognitive remediation There are two...

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