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Ciencia & trabajo

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SILVA RIOS, Angélica; ESCUDERO F., Paula; HIDALGO B., Romina  and  DEL CAMPO R., Manuel. Speech and language pathology practice in primary health care of the fifth region of Valparaíso. Cienc Trab. [online]. 2018, vol.20, n.62, pp.103-106. ISSN 0718-2449.

The Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) approach represents a strategy whose purpose is to achieve full social integration and inclusion of people with disabilities. Considering that communica tion and human language represent tools of expression of thought, the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) advocates the development of effective communication promotion, as a human right accessible to all people, considering its inherent dignity.


to analyze speech and language pathologist ‘s CBR practices in the fifth region of Valparaíso.


qualitative research, with a phenomenological approach. A semi-structured interview was conducted followed by a content analysis.


speech and Language pathologists carry out actions related to the five CBR key components and also the practice of actions in accord to intersector.


The professionals adopt the CBR approach incorporating the institutional vision of service in which they are inserted and adopting a profile oriented to transdisciplinary.

Keywords : speech; language and hearing sciences; rehabilitation; non-governmental organizations.

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