Children with hearing-aids and sufficient parental support and interaction will have a stronger vocabulary than others, according to a tertiary researcher, Karien Coppens, at the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research.
Parental encouragement and support are two key components for learning outcomes in children with hearing issues. Coppens found parent support is vital in a child’s potential for learning vocabulary and accessing new topics.
For tests with children, Coppens devised an online vocabulary test, “Word for Word” for the Ultimate Vocabulary product from solutions firm, eReflect. This solution clearly shows how existing software code can be re-used to serve new markets, who gain multiple benefits from a redirected product.
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