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Perra se comunica a través de un sistema de botones (VIDEO)

El tablero permite que el can exprese sus pensamientos y emociones.

Redacción MVS Noticias Viernes 8 De Noviembre, 2019 · 12:01 pm
Perra se comunica a través de un sistema de botones (VIDEO)
La dueña comenzó a entrenar a la perra cuando tenía dos meses de edad / Foto: Instagram
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Una terapeuta del lenguaje, residente de California, Estados Unidos, le enseñó a su perra a expresarse a través de un dispositivo de comunicación alternativa.

Christina Hunger diseñó un teclado con botones con el que su mascota “Stella” transmite palabras y sentimientos, indica RT.


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Stella uses language differently when she’s in a heightened state versus when she’s calm! • Today when she heard some noises outside and wanted to go investigate, I told her we were staying inside. • Stella responded by saying, “Look” 9 TIMES IN A ROW, then “Come outside.” She was clearly in a more frantic state, and her language use matched that. We all sound differently than normal when we’re in distress, Stella included! • I’m impressed that Stella is communicating with language during her more heightened states, not just when she’s calm and in a quiet space. This shows me that words are becoming more automatic for her to use. It’s similar to when a toddler starts using language to express himself during times of frustration instead of only crying. That happens when it’s easy for the toddler to say words, not when he’s still learning and it takes a lot of focus to talk 🧠🗣 • • • • • #hunger4words #stellathetalkingdog #slpsofinstagram #speechtherapy #AAC #ashaigers #slp #corewords #SLPeeps #slp2be #earlyintervention #languagedevelopment #dogsofinstagram #dogmom #doglife #dogs #guarddog #animalpsychology #doglover #dogvideos #sandiegodog #catahoula #blueheeler #smartdog #dogcommunication #mydogtalks #animalcommunication #interspeciescommunication #loveanimals

Una publicación compartida de Christina Hunger, MA, CCC-SLP (@hunger4words) el

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La mujer de 26 años comenzó a entrenar a “Stella” cuando tenía dos meses de edad, 16 meses después, el can puede expresar 29 palabras, y formar oraciones de hasta cinco palabras.

La mascota sabe indicar cuando tiene hambre, quiere salir a pasear o pedir ayuda, además, puede combinar las palabras feliz, pelota, querer y afuera.


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Hello there everyone!! 🤗 Welcome to the Hunger for Words community! I’m THRILLED you’re here! I feel completely honored by this outpouring of enthusiasm and inspiration ✨✨ Here is a fun Stella series to kick off this new chapter! • Jake and I were discussing taking Stella to Petco. She was certainly listening…! • Video 1: Stella said “Goodbye outside.” This is the third time in the past few weeks that Stella has combined “good” and “bye” to say “Goodbye” instead of just “bye”! • Video 2: Jake said he wanted to hang our spice racks first, started the project, and Stella told him, “Later Jake” 😂😂 (Translation: Do that later, I want to go!) • Video 3: Stella came full circle with her message and told us she was REALLY ready to leave by saying, “Bye bye bye good bye!” (Looks like we have ourselves a little @nsync fan 😜) • I hope you all have a great day!

Una publicación compartida de Christina Hunger, MA, CCC-SLP (@hunger4words) el

Hunger utiliza su cuenta de Instagram y blog “Hunger for Words” en donde documenta los progresos de la perra.