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    Social and cognitive interactions through an interactive school service for RTT MESHD patients at the COVID-19 time

    Authors: Lucia Dovigo; Tindara Caprì; Giancarlo Iannizzotto; Andrea Nucita; Martina Semino; Samantha Giannatiempo; Lia Zocca; Rosa Angela Fabio

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-36033/v1 Date: 2020-06-16 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background The closure of all educational institutions and most rehabilitation centers represents a precautionary measure to face the COVID-19 pandemic, but the isolation and social distancing may be particularly challenging for children TRANS with special needs and disabilities (SEND), such as Rett Syndrome MESHD ( RTT MESHD). The main aim of this study was to promote cognitive and social interactions HP social interactions TRANS among children TRANS and girls with RTT MESHD, through the interactive school programMethods The Interactive School palimpsest was composed of moments in which the teacher spoke directly to the subjects with RTT MESHD and expected a response through eye gaze, and moments in which stories-cartoon were presented while tracking the eye gaze of the patients. We investigated behavioural, social and cognitive parameters.Results Patients attended both social and cognitive tasks with the spontaneous reduction of stereotypies HP and with the increase of attention. They recalled SERO more significant indexes when the music or the song was presented together with the cartoon or the cognitive task.Conclusions this study provides initial insights in promoting cognitive and social interactions HP social interactions TRANS and into the support needs of families with a child TRANS with RTT MESHD during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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