The social and cultural context of intervention for children with developmental language disorder
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CitationThordardottir, E., Topbaş, S. (2019). The social and cultural context of intervention for children with developmental language disorder. Managing Children with Developmental Language Disorder: Theory and Practice across Europe and Beyond içinde (110-130. ss.). London ; Routledge: Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429455308
The activity of working group 3 of COST Action IS1406 was concerned with whether and how social and cultural factors impact children’s access to language services, whether the services offered fit their needs and are consistent with the types of services their families consider appropriate. To this end, working group 3’s portion of the practitioner survey examined the impact on service delivery of demographic factors, such as place of residence and income level, the impact of social factors such as parental views on child development, language impairment and child-rearing practices and the impact of situational factors such as migration. Finally, working group 3 examines the implications of cultural competency for workforce development.