Communication Interventions May Help Rett Patients Better Interact

Communication Interventions May Help Rett Patients Better Interact

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Communication Interventions May Help Rett Patients Better Interact

A comprehensive communication intervention package improved the expressive communication and/or visual attention of three women with Rett syndrome, a small study shows. These findings suggest that the intervention — which combined aided language modeling (ALM), responsive partner strategies, and a gaze-controlled device — may be beneficial for this patient population. Larger studies are however needed to confirm these findings, the researchers noted. Recommended Reading February 14, 2020 News by Marta Figueiredo PhD Girls with Rett Need…

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