ABS154 - Neurodevelopment of babies promoted by orientations given to caregivers - Board 37a
11:00 AM, Wednesday 30 Aug 2017 (1 hour)
Convention Center - 2000 A
This paper is based on the Social Historical theory of Luria and Vygotsky focusing parent orientation as fundamental to promote neurodevelopment on babies. Considering that relations are the key to the development of superior mental functions, evidence-based research proves that parents, should be present and paying attention to their children providing an opportunity for an ideal neurodevelopment and humanization. It is important to orientate parents so they can provide qualitative conditions, which integrates affection, conscience and action to promote development to occur according to the potential of the child. We believe that the individual constitutes himself by means of social contact. This work has the goal to approach the theory which orientates, with specific guidelines and practical work, parents aiming a better child neurodevelopment. Bonds are necessary for a better and trustful relation. When you are present in a relation, nervous connections are promoted, and these lead to a more effective motor, cognitive and affective development of the superior mental functions such as: memory, attention, language, psychomotricity, executive functions, etc. This work uses didactically the following principles of Luria and Vygotsky´s theory: mediation and zone of proximal development. Results proved in actual researches observe that each person is an individual self and that relationships are essential to produce development. Interactions between the brain and the formation of mental functions require the maturity of the nervous system as well as an active process which emphasizes relations of two or more human beings.