Assessing children with profound hearing loss and severe language delay: getting a broader picture.
AuthorRemine, MD; Brown, PM; Cowan, RSC
Source TitleCochlear Implants Int
PublisherInforma UK Limited
AffiliationOtolaryngology Eye And Ear Hospital
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsRemine, M. D., Brown, P. M. & Cowan, R. S. C. (2003). Assessing children with profound hearing loss and severe language delay: getting a broader picture.. Cochlear Implants Int, 4 (2), pp.73-84. https://doi.org/10.1179/cim.2003.4.2.73.
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Six children with profound hearing loss and severe language delay participated in this pilot study. Four of the children used a Nucleus multi-channel cochlear implant only, while two wore binaural hearing aids. All the children had been diagnosed at an early age, fitted with a sensory device soon after, had considerable device experience and had attended an auditory oral early intervention setting. All the children were identified as having slower-than-expected development of spoken language. The study identified a number of potentially contributory factors including: inconsistency of device use and low levels of functioning on conversational attentiveness, speech perception, speech intelligibility, pragmatics, social competence, behaviour and temperament.
KeywordsSpecial Education; Early Childhood Education; Primary Education
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