Departmental Bulletin Paper 自閉症の子どものための動作法 : 発達段階とそれに応じた支援
ジヘイショウ ノ コドモ ノ タメ ノ ドウサホウ : ハッタツ ダンカイ ト ソレ ニ オウジタ シエン
Using Dohsa-hou as a Facilitating Method for Children with Autism : Developmental Stages and the Depending Intervention Packages

干川, 隆  ,  ホシカワ, タカシ  ,  Hoshikawa, Takashi

33pp.45 - 55 , 2016-02-29 , 熊本大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター
This study discusses the six developmental stages as they pertain to the use of Dohsa-hou as a facilitating method for the development of children with autism, and proposes intervention packages that involve Dohsa-hou. Previous studies show that Dohsa-hou can be a useful technique not only for children with physical disabilities, but also children with autism. Therefore, it was proposed that the function of Dohsa-hou differed depending on the developmental stages. Unlike children with physical disabilities, children with autism do not need a full session of Dohsa-hou to benefit from this method. This intervention package involving Dohsa-hou is effective for children with autism because the package includes many activities such as turn taking play, emotional exchange play, and demand verbal behaviors. In this article, the meanings of the intervention packages involving Dohsa-hou for children with autism were not discussed by independent and dependent variables of research, but by issue of total supports.

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