To deepen the knowledge about the process of development of language, speech and hearing disorders in craniofacial anomalies; to promote a critical reflection on the evaluation and rehabilitation procedures, and to discuss new possibilities of treatment against the advances of the knowledge in the different areas related to the rehabilitation, based on the current scientific production.
The process of rehabilitation of communication disorders associated with craniofacial anomalies has undergone important advances in the last years and for this reason it is fundamental to reflect on the performance of the different professionals involved in the different phases of the treatment, with regard to language, speech and hearing, of stimulate the development of advanced studies and integrated scientific research among the areas.
• Disorders of communication in craniofacial anomalies
• Critical review of rehabilitation proposals and interdisciplinary actions in the rehabilitation process of craniofacial anomalies
• Review of the literature and critical reflection of the changes in communication in craniofacial anomalies
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