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Evaluation of Perceptual Ability in Children With Delayed Language Development (Dld) - A Pilot Study

Author: U.GANAPATHY SANKAR, MONISHA.R
Abstract: Visual Perception plays an important role in processing information and coordinating inputs with appropriate output to perform the activities in an organized and coordinated manner. Visual perception stores and feeds at immense information, that is greater than the brains processing speed. The most important feature behind perceptual efficiency is the ability to suppress the unwanted and irrelevant information. We aimed to evaluate visual Perceptual skills among children with delayed language developed [DLD]. Previous researchers were examined the clinical manifestations of delayed language development child, but the correlation of visual perceptual skill and language were not evaluated in detail and innumerous trouble exist in concluding these children’s defect. We initiated the current study with 10 children. Were 5 children with Delayed Language Development (DLD) and 5 typically developing children were included. Children with visual impairment or with the presence of any other neurological disorder were excluded from the study. At baseline every child is requested to undergo screening test using IQ test, ADHD test and Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Abilities (ITPA). Results of the study suggests that learning disorder developed among these children were more related to language than to the visual perceptual skill. We conclude that when planning intervention strategy for children with delayed language development, visual closure and visual memory task should be examined in detail.
Keyword: DLD, ITPA, PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN, IQ, ADHD.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.361
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