PUIGDELLÍVOL, I. (): Educación especial en la escuela integrada. Una perspectiva desde la diversidad. TOURAINE, A.; WIEVIORKA, M; FLECHA, R.; colaboradores (): Conocimiento e identidad. Voces de grupos culturales en la. En estos momentos en que el discurso de la escuela inclusiva entra de lleno en el . construye un sentido de identidad de grupo, de cohesión, continuidad y de de que la contención, como señala Puigdellivol (), se debe de entender . González Pienda, J.A.: “El niño con trastornos de atención e hiperactividad en . Interpretação da surdez e respostas no sistema educativo da Espanha .. diversidad: una nueva visión de la bioética desde la perspectiva de las personas con.

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However, to shed some light on the cultural identity issue, it is common to speak about deaf versus hearing people and deaf culture versus hearing culture.

The provision of language support and adjusted curricular materials mainly take place during normal school hours. El modelo escuea la diversidad: Unless deaf students have other impairments that require the intervention in centers or education in specific classes, every deaf student needs to follow the common educational trajectory. The deaf community is also opposed to these hearing aids as the deaf have their own language and cultural identity.

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This new conceptual perspective and the consequent orientation of school practices have positive impact in the fields of health, education and social development, encouraging the development of both deaf as listener students.

Nevertheless, there are also cases in which this is not recommended. Most of them turned deaf due to an infection or accident; or their hearing loss is not very significant. With puigdelkivol adaptations and support from specialists such as language idenhidad, sign language interpreters and other support teachers, the deaf student follows the mainstream curriculum It’s a political organizational decision, aimed at concentrating the technical resources, the material means and the necessary professionals to support the educational needs.


The result of this psycho-pedagogical and linguistic assessment ce the basis for a personal development program and educational intervention.

Keeping in mind what has been mentioned in puigdellivil introduction about the multiple factors that condition the situation of each deaf person, it doesn’t seem adequate to use the dichotomy deaf versus hearing people. We analyse three academic termsand. However, the deaf community, has doubts about its effectiveness since the operation doesn’t solve completely the auditory problem; it requires additional auditory and speech training with no guarantee of full success.

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Although these activities puigellivol be of great value to the educational development of the child, its regulation and control are not part of the educational administration’s policy. With the detection of any anomaly in hearing, newly born will be screened neonatal screening and the child will immediately be attended by doctors and other identldad professionals such as audiologists, speech therapists and otorhinolaryngologists.

American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. If we include the growth of the total population, we will get another picture; from still the total population in Spain increased from Journal of anbnonnal psychology,77, Based on ideas of normalization and integration, new intervention policies were proposed Looking back you could say that the first group of deaf people with a strong cultural self-image and deaf identity is the one out of which initiatives are born to set up associations for the deaf representing rscuela deaf community.

So we think this research opens a little explored field One of the main focus of interest is put together teachers, faculties, school community and others groups participating in schools as volunteers and collaborators.

But in any case, the identity issue and thus the self-image of deaf persons brands most of the deaf organizations in two different ways: It is important to state that the lack of agreement between school and parents is something rather exceptional. In Spain the associations of persons with disabilities have a long tradition, although the part of social and escurla activism had not the strength as in other countries 9.


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March 25, Source of research: The tasks developed in the two schools are similar: Educational and family counseling, vocational guidance and labor integration, training and support for youngsters, and leisure activities are financially supported whenever they are planned and developed as projects and are submitted by private organizations in accordance with the yearly official government calls. Hiperactividad y dificultades de aprendizaje. During the 70s of the 20th century when social, political, economical changes took place in Europe and beyond, traditional intervention models for pupils with disabilities were discussed and revised.

Psychopatology and Eduction of the Brain-Injured child. In Spain and in recent years, multiple changes have been experimented in the prevention and care of people with disabilities, particularly in what concerns to deaf people.

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This increase of health care for the hearing-impaired can be underlined by the growing number of surgeries, particularly cochlear implants, in the last 10 years. As the purpose of our contribution is to give a short overview of important issues regarding deafness in Spain, we will define deafness as a hearing impairment in the way it is described in the survey of the National Institute of Statistics 2,3.

They consider themselves “normal” people with a hearing impairment.