Examinando por Materia "Niños autistas"
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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoLa comprensión en el autista(Universidad de San Buenaventura, 2017) Betancourt Loaiza, Arally; López Builes, María Alejandra; Saldaña Duque, ReinaIn the mid-1980s, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) was considered as a psychiatric syndrome that affected different areas of life, such as social interaction and learning of those who had it, hence the autistic child requires direct accompaniment to the teaching and learning processes. Accompaniment that in this case focuses on reading and writing practices, which manage to encourage new postures and meaning of life of these subjects. It focuses on the trends unveiled: 1) Reading comprehension from the eyes of the autistic; 2) the realities of possible worlds, under the eyes of the autistic. In this sense the interest lies in the understanding of the events that emerge from the relational act of the autistic child with reading and writing, in order to recognize the difficulties, that is to say, those situations that do not allow a full development of the communicative processes, Social interaction and expression through reading and writing.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoImplicaciones del reconocimiento de la alteridad en el abordaje terapéutico de niños diagnosticados con autismo temprano de Kanner(Universidad de San Buenaventura, 2017) Arango Pabón, Myriam Audrey; Pinto Niño, Leonor CeciliaThis research consists of a monograph on the implications of the recognition of otherness in the therapeutic approach of children diagnosed with Kenner’s Syndrome. It is contrasted by different positions and research regarding autism and peculiarities for which a child diagnosed with it passes through. Knowing that children are most likely to be affected by Kenner’s Syndrome, mostly affecting their intellectual level generating a big impact on their social and emotional development which is key to building communication and recognition for internalization and the evolutionary process.In this research is essential to talk about how otherness face recognition through a link in a therapeutic relationship, which is key to be able to provide children diagnosed with autism one place, and recognition before their world and social context is generated. As part of the question, an attempt to reflect about psychotherapeutic approach with children that have the following characteristics: poor or limited social skills, retiring children, not being able to relate a fluid language and/or unable to look into someone’s eyes when spoken to. In the course of this research, it is recognized the how, why and what is important to know to recognize the identity of those children from their condition when diagnosed with Kenner’s Syndrome; they are deprived of interacting as an equal with others.