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Physicians' Guide to the Education of Hearing-Impaired Children. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780882001609 (978-0-88200-16) Softcover, Alex Graham Bell Assn for Deaf, 1986.
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Children with hearing impairment – a special group of society, as they can’t fully communicate with the external environment. This is due to the fact that hard of hearing children do not perceive fully, as own speech, and the speech of strangers, which is why it is difficult for them to learn to talk. Hearing loss in children – one of a kind physical deviation leads to a decrease of intellectual and mental capabilities of the baby. Hearing loss in children. The world leading specialist in this field believe that the pathology of the first signal system (hearing and sight, in this case we are interested in the first point) have a significant impact not only on verbal abilities.
Standard text on the subject of speech and children with hearing disabilities. Auditory-Verbal Therapy For Young Children with Hearing Loss and Their Families, and the Practitioners Who Guide Them.
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Hearing impaired children have difficulties in motor development, balance and coordination compared to their normal hearing peers due to the type and grade of hearing loss
Hearing impaired children have difficulties in motor development, balance and coordination compared to their normal hearing peers due to the type and grade of hearing loss. Hearing impaired children can not vocalize their voices as they should because they can not hear speech voices as needed.
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