By W.C. Sellar & R.J. Yeatman, (illus. J. Reynolds)
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Normal neuromotor maturation. Speech is a very rapid, complex motor act and requires very finely tuned neurological regulation. • Normal auditory system. Speech is acquired primarily through the ear. • Adequate physical&emotional health to support and foster the growth of oral language. • There should be normal sensorimotor exploration and growth of independence. • Normal intellectual capacity and cognitive development. • To acquire language child must have the mental capacity for using symbols and among other cognitive functions should be able to attend, recognize, and make associations and generalizations, and store items in memory.
Apparently the child's lack of understanding influences the parent to reduce speech complexity. Changes in the mothers speech is an adaptation to the continuous feedback of the child. This adjustment in complexity of input occurs primarily in speech addressed to children between the ages of 2 to 5... Phonological Development: A child masters a sound only when he consistently uses it correctly in the initial, medial or final positions of all the words which require it. , phonemically a child may go through a series of approximations before the standard sound is produced.
Other positive reactions include more volunteer activity related to the child, better understanding of individual differences and being tolerant towards others. These parents and families may have further feelings of shock, denial, sadness, guilt, hostility, depression and anger which need to be dealt with before acceptance can occur. Every family with a handicapped child shares the one or combination of the problems. • Lack of money • Isolation from the healthy community. • Prejudice • Misunderstanding in the schools.