|Revista INFAD 2013||
ISSN EDICIÓN EN PAPEL: 0214-9877
|Nº1, Vol. 1, pp. 661-672||doi: en trámite|
INTERVENCIÓN TEMPRANA EN DISCAPACIDAD AUDITIVA: DISEÑO CONCEPTUAL DE “BUENAS PRÁCTICAS”
J. Inmaculada Sánchez Casado, José Miguel Benítez Merino
In this paper we try to analyze the implementation of new conceptual tools to improve early care of children with disability hearing in accordance to the needs of the current inclusive. The accessibility to communication is a transversal competence within training the new priorities that any agent should consider. And for that, the design and use of concept maps as presented can help shape criteria of “good practices”; this original “framework for understanding” favors early inclusion of students with hearing impairment in general, betting community experiences in representing the bilingual approach in our country. A working philosophy based on the concept of “bicultural” the deaf individual.
Keywords: Early intervention. Deaf Community. Accessibility. Communication. Socio-community Inclusion.