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Analysis of the effectiveness of an intervention program for families of children with hearing impairment

Análise da efetividade de um programa de intervenção para famílias de crianças com deficiência auditiva

Maria Clara de Oliveira Lima; Aline Santos de Souza; Ingrid Rafaella Dantas dos Santos; Wanderson Laerte de Oliveira Carvalho; Joseli Soares Brazorotto

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Abstract

Purpose: to evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention program for families of children with hearing impairment. Methods: Intervention research, with longitudinal design and inferential statistical analysis. There were 19 intervention sessions, for eight months, that occurred in a group situation and an individual session. For the analysis of pre and post intervention data, a video recording of the family interaction with the child was performed and instruments were applied. Results: There was a reliable positive clinical change in the communicative interactions of families with their children, after 8 months of intervention. The need for information from families changed during the intervention and declined for all families. Conclusion: The effectiveness of the proposed intervention program for families of children with hearing impairment was verified.

Keywords

Correction of Hearing Impairment Speech; Language and Hearing; Sciences; Family; Counseling; Evaluation of the EfficacyEffectiveness of Interventions.

Resumo

Objetivo: Avaliar a efetividade de um programa de intervenção para famílias de crianças com deficiência auditiva. Método: Pesquisa de intervenção, com delineamento longitudinal e análise estatística inferencial. Foram realizadas 20 sessões de intervenção, durante oito meses; destas, 19 ocorreram em situação de grupo e uma sessão foi individual. Para a análise dos dados pré e pós-intervenção, foram aplicados instrumentos específicos e realizado o registro em vídeo da interação da família com a criança após quatro e oito meses. Resultados: Houve mudança clínica positiva confiável nas interações comunicativas das famílias com seus filhos, após 8 meses de intervenção. A necessidade de informações das famílias se modificou ao longo da intervenção e diminuiu para todas as famílias. Conclusão: verificou-se a efetividade da proposta de programa de intervenção para famílias de crianças com deficiência auditiva.

Palavras-chave

 Reabilitação da Deficiência Auditiva; Fonoaudiologia; Família; Aconselhamento; Avaliação da Eficácia-Efetividade de Intervenções

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