Recent Studies in Priority Development Fields of Domestic Defectology
The new issue of Almanac acquaints the reader with works of today's young researchers to effectively implement the priority development fields of domestic defectology. The pedagogical and psychological research is focused on studying the characteristics and identifying the potential of correctional support to a variety of "problem" children featuring impaired emotionally volitional sphere, vision, hearing, speech, intelligence, autism, complex disorders at all stages of their mental and social development. The articles published are useful for specialists engaged in early intervention to the child and their family to minimize the risks of mental and social impairment; helping children in the preschool years, preparing and supporting them in adapting to school; working with difficulties of learning and social development of "special" adolescents and adults. The author's methods for solving various problems with correctional effects have been presented, including the use of computer technology. A message about the effective use of best practice of using computer technology in training specialists and speech therapists for practical work with children with dyslalia deserves high attention.