Young deaf children with bilateral cochlear implants can learn words faster than hearing peers at 12, 18 and 24 months after implantation, electroencephalography studies show. We observed that when deaf children get their implants, they learn words faster than those with normal hearing. Consequently, they build up certain word pools faster. ~ Niki Vavatzanidis, scientist at
Two infant-intervention centres in Sri Lanka are referenced here for families with children who are deaf and researching the spoken-language option with digital hearing-devices. CEHIC – Centre For Hearing Impaired Children Since 1992, the CEHIC in Dalugama has sent over 600 deaf children to mainstream schools in Sri Lanka after attending CEHIC from birth to
The fourth Twitter #AVTchat hosted by Sound Advice for engaged parents, is shared here. Primary topics were ideas for home AVT sessions (a therapist typically will suggest these) and learning a second spoken language, when the first is actively learned. ICYMI: #AVTchat 4: Techniques And Second Language Learning is on #Storify! https://t.co/hQ7nXp2OT3 #auditoryverbaltherapy — Caroline
Families (and adult cochlear implant wearers) routinely ask Sound Advice to recommend apps at different stages in their path to digital hearing – often for the first time. Speech & language development have close links to early literacy skills, therefore parents and caregivers who actively read and talk with their children are likely to raise
Sound Advice routinely gets queries from families needing to lead young children into conversations with less-known family members, particularly during the holiday season. Our third #AVTChat on November 18th, 2015 addressed this issue. ICYMI: #AVTchat 3 is on #Storify! https://t.co/9rJfpMkKSV (topic: #family members and #auditoryverbaltherapy). — Caroline Carswell (@soundadvice_pro) November 24, 2015 More Reading What
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