05 SES 14, Parallel Paper Session
Early Chilhood intervention and detection of the children who may be affected in their development, positively affects their development and prevent sequelae that would occur not make that speech. Therefore, we to highlight the importance of early childhood intervention and control of risk factors for the prevention and intervention with children from 0-6 years and the need to work from an interdisciplinary approach. . (Speck, Peterander et al. 1999; Sheehan, 1999; Blackman, 2003).
Early Chilhood intervention is the set of interventions aimed at children and the environment, which aims to respond as quickly as possible temporary or permanent needs presented by children with developmental disorders or at risk of suffering. They must consider the totality of the child and be planned by an interdisciplinary team. . (Libro Blanco de la A.T. 2000:13)
The Agency defines of early intervention as: "(...) set of interventions for young children and their families, offered on demand at a given time of a child's life, covering any action undertaken when a child needs special support to secure and enhance their personal development, strengthen family own skills, and promoting social inclusion of the family and the child. These actions will be provided in the child's natural environment, preferentially near his home, with a focus on interdisciplinary teamwork and family oriented "
In order to "ensure and enhance their personal development, strengthen family skills, promote their social integration .., these actions have to be provided in the child's natural environment, preferably locally, and have to be oriented towards the family and towards multidisciplinary work.” . (Agencia Europea, 2005, p.17)
Early Childhood Intervention provides recent scientific advances from different disciplines (neurology, education, rehabilitation, psychology, learning, child education, etc.) with a comprehensive, rigorous and systematic in which, from a socio-psycho -pedagogical raise children needs order to respond from all areas: education, health, family or care (Gútiez, Valle, Saenz-Rico, 1992)
Children who are in vulnerable contexts require primary attention services from health, social and education to enable them to normalized growth and development irrespective of their personal or family situation.
In early intervention, prevention and intervention in vulnerable contexts parent has great relevance for their impact on human development. Detecting the needs of children living in a social context unfavorable gaps are unable to live and suffer appropriate experiences negative situations, it is necessary to avoid finding subsequent alterations in their cognitive development and learning processes.
Early intervention is essential for the detection of risk factors facing parental mental vulnerability. (Gutiez y Sánchez, 2011)
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