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Musicothérapie auprès d’un enfant sourd implanté : la co-construction d’un cadre thérapeutique favorable à l’émergence de la parole

Abstract : Deafness is asensory deficit marked primarily by a language deficit. Unlike what has long been accepted, deaf people can benefit from music to improve their language skills. This relation ship between musicand deafness has been studied for a number of years. As a reminder, the theme "music and deafness" has been choose during the regional study day organized by the Institute of Music Therapy of Nantes in 1994. I found the same theme at asymposium organized by ACFOS (Action Connaissance FOrmation pour la Surdité) in November2017. Different hearing aids have been put in place since the 90s. Among them is the Cochlear Implant (CI). How does theCochlear Implant(CI) work? How does theperson perceive the sounds? It is on this basis that the sessions of Musicotherapy at the CAMSP have been build to create adapted proposals. When a child is implanted, he can follow a reeducation in a CAMSP (Centre d’Action Médico-Social Précoce). So what difference can be made between rehabilitation and music therapy with an implanted child? The construction of music therapy sessions with Michel shows us how the therapeutic and reeducation proposals are complementary. To go further, the example of Michel's follow-up shows us how the co-construction of this therapeutic framework has favored the emergence of speech..
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Fanny Baheux. Musicothérapie auprès d’un enfant sourd implanté : la co-construction d’un cadre thérapeutique favorable à l’émergence de la parole. Revue française de musicothérapie, Association française de musicothérapie, 2019, 38 (2). ⟨hal-03432228⟩

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