Acquisition of Oral and Written Language by Children with Severely Impaired Hearing
As useful measurers for promoting the language development of children with poor hearing, the auditory compensation or ear training using a hearing aid and visual means using cued speech, speech reading and finger signs are usually practiced from the early period of life. In spite of such measures, it is known that the language development of children with poor hearing tends to be delayed.
KeywordsImpaired Hearing Language Development Normal Hearing Oral Language Training Duration
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