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By admin | July 30, 2012
From France – how the mother of a boy who’s deaf, travels abroad to have his bilateral cochlear implants mapped, and to progress his speech teaching.
What’s most disturbing is that the spoken-language approach did not seem to be mentioned on the French websites for cochlear hearing devices.
Read more: The Sky Is The Limit (For Informed Parents)
Only for researching the internet, this mother would not have realised her son can learn to listen and speak, especially with bilateral cochlear implants. In fact, he became bilingual in spoken French and English, which is fantastic.
* Communication Options Chart For Deaf Children
* What Exactly Does Oral Deaf Education Involve?
* Bilingual, Spoken Language At Home And At School
* Deaf Children ‘Can Learn Their Family Language’
* After A Cochlear Implant – The Real Work Begins
* BBC Programme On Parent Choices For Children
* Technology Has Revolutionised Deaf Education
* New York Times: Budget Cuts Polarising Deaf Education
* Deaf Education: A New Philosophy (RTID, Nov 2010)
* Insights To The Deaf Education Debate In The US
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