Perspektiv på delaktighet hos personer med kommunikations-, språk- och/eller talsvårigheter : En systematisk litteraturöversikt
Sammanfattning: Participation is a human right. Participation is a complex concept, including a variety of different aspects such as attendance, involvement and engagement. The aim of this study was to investigate the levels of participation of individuals with either congenital or acquired communication impairments. A systematic review was carried out, which included 24 studies published between 2010 and 2020. The results showed participation restriction in the following areas: leisure activities, school/work, social networks and communication. Individuals with communication impairments participated in few activities, left the home more rarely and interacted mostly with family members and familiar people. They often had a passive role in communicative contexts. These restrictions affected both individuals with congenital impairments and those with acquired brain injury. Communication is fundamental to participation. Therefore, it is important that speech and language interventions include a focus on communicative aspects that enhance participation. Keywords: participation, communication impairments, congenital impairment, acquired brain injury.
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