Different barriers reduce the access of families in a situation of socio-economic vulnerability to rehabilitation services, and one of the most important is a low level of literacy. This barrier can be reduced through the use of strategies that promote accessible, effective and family-centred communication.
Developing learning skills is a key issue for children’s future success in school, especially for children with difficulties at an early age. To support these children, it is important to offer them services in 0-5 years that will optimize their preparation.
Rehabilitation services and supportive interventions for parents can help reduce the effects of socio-economic status on a child’s development. However, different barriers reduce the access of families in ESVS to these services and one of the most important is the presentation of a low level of literacy.