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Strategies to approach

Neurodevelopmental

disorders

Intervention strategies for Neurodevelopmental disorders vary according to the degree of
the impairment and the compromised area

INTRODUCTION

To guarantee the global development of the subject, enhancing present and emerging skills

AIM

The deficit ranges from very specific limitations on learning and executive functions to
impaired personal and social functioning

COMPROMISSION

  • Examination of the child's abilities in relation to the stage of development

  • Development of cognitive skills

  • Improvement of attention and memory

  • Metacognition

  • Decrease of challenging behaviours

  • Use of self-regulation technique

  • Strengthening of executive functions

INTERVENTION

To enhance functions and

to acquire new skills,

taking into consideration the context (home, school, leisure centre) and how the child "works" in those environments

GENERALISATION

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