THE IMPACT OF REATTACH THERAPY ON LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS

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Sheba Elizabeth Abraham

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Background: The research project looks into how reattach therapy benefits children with deficiencies in language acquisition. The goal of this study is to see if kids who have delays in development may profit from attachment therapy which is a form of intervention that focuses on enhancing communication. The study analyses the success rate of reattachment implementation. in boosting children’s ability to speak and emphasizes the need to assist kids with language deficiencies.


Methods: This qualitative study uses secondary sources to examine how ReAttach therapy influences linguistic development in children with disabilities. The study’s primary objective is to shed light on the manner in which ReAttach treatment affects linguistic growth in this group by reviewing current data from an array of professionals and resources.


Results: Attachment-based methods, such as attachment therapy, enable children to build powerful connections with their main caregivers in order to more effectively control their feelings and gain confidence regarding themselves. Communication and interpersonal abilities may profit from speech therapy’s emphasis on interacting with others. Emotional problems are dealt with in ReAttach therapy by training patients how to express and regulate their feelings through words. In addition, supporting the language growth of kids necessitates paying attention to their social and emotional demands as well as their tactile ones.


Conclusion: This research indicates that ReAttach therapy may assist children who are below other kids in the development of language. Neuroplasticity is addressed along with the significance of attachment-based approaches, the integration of sensory input, and emotional control to promote recovery from disorders of communication.


 

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Sheba Elizabeth Abraham. (2024). THE IMPACT OF REATTACH THERAPY ON LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 1261–1266. Retrieved from http://obstetricsandgynaecologyforum.com/index.php/ogf/article/view/462
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