https://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/actualidadesActualidades en Psicología ISSN Impreso: 0258-6444 ISSN electrónico: 2215-3535

Los padres como promotores del desarrollo de lenguaje de bebés prematuros: propuesta de intervención temprana

Melissa Calderón-Carrillo, Josefina Ricardo-Garcell, Lauren M. Cycyk, Donna Jackson-Maldonado, Gloria Avecilla-Ramírez, Thalía Harmony



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15517/ap.v32i124.30449

Resumen


Cualquier programa de intervención puede beneficiarse de la participación de los padres, pero es necesario darles información de cómo pueden estimular el lenguaje de sus hijos. El objetivo fue entrenar a los padres acerca de lo que debían esperar del desarrollo del lenguaje de sus hijos y brindarles técnicas de estimulación de este para evitar secuelas. Se estudiaron 21 bebés prematuros mexicanos y se comprobó que, después del entrenamiento, los padres se sentían más capaces de estimular a sus hijos. A los bebés se les aplicó una prueba de lenguaje al año y a los tres años de edad; en ambas obtuvieron puntajes normales para su edad. Se concluye que los padres son buenos promotores del lenguaje en bebés prematuros


Palabras clave


Intervención temprana; lenguaje; prematurez; desarrollo del lenguaje; educación de padres.

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