They can hear
Hearing children have the potential to listen and speak
The earliest damage is the most common lesion that has approximately 1000 to 2 newborns (Australian Hearing, 2013).
92% of children are born in a family of hearing parents with a peruminal hearing loss (Mitchell & Karchmer, 2004).
This means that every year babies are born and often in families where close relatives do not have the same problem.
The remaining 8% have either both or one parent with hearing loss and they may identify themselves with the deaf culture.
Professional evaluations confirm that more than 90% of children have a deeper hearing of the body’s physical structure, which enables maximum results from such advanced technologies such as digital earpieces, mid-ear implant or cochlear implant. (Adunka et al., 2006; Rance, 2005).
Modern technology can be achieved by a number of children are optimally amplified, causing implantable devices selection criteria with the modifications brought to the vast majority of children smenadazianebuli has the potential to learn to listen to speech and verbal (speaking), if these opportunities will be c Inflicted.
Every child is born with a preliminary line of hearing and language learning in the brain. (Flexer, 1999).
There is a critical period for oral speech teaching, 85% of nervous development occurs in the first 3 years of life. (Shonkoff & Phillips, 2000). The clean, natural oral speech development key is the availability of early audit of the brain.
Audit-Verbal Therapy is the most effective for hearing and speaking language (oral speech).
To maximize the development of speech and spoken language, deaf children need optimal effort in combination with early interaction and spoken language.
The only effort is for the optimal development of verbal speech. (Wilkins & Ertmer, 2002).
In the audit-verbal therapy the parent is an important member of the early intervention team. In partnership with Audit-Verbal Therapists, parents guide and study the development of verbal expression of their children by listening.
Auditory-verbal therapy successfully develops hearing and oral speech by stimulating the brain’s audit development. This allows children to come up with a sense of hearing and to develop nervous ways of hearing and speech. (AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language 2013; Chermak et al., 2007; Cole & Flexer 2007).
Recent studies show that reading is the most effective way to develop verbal speech, cognitive and literary skills. (Cole & Flexer, 2007).
It is proven that audit-verbal therapy is the most effective way to learn from hearing, learning of the verbal language of children with hearing and learning.
What do you say about studies?
Our researches show that hearing people in audit-verbal therapy are:
They perform a course without a gap between their chronological and linguistic age and the verbal language is developed by their hearing peers. , Dornan, Hickson, Murdoch, & Houston, 2007, 2009; Dornan, Hickson, Murdoch, Houston, & Constantinescu, 2010; Fulcher, Purcell, Baker , & Munro, 2012; Hogan, Stokes, White, Tyszkiewicz, & Woolgar, 2008; Rhoades & Chisolm, 2000).
The progress achieved in their language development level on average 12 months is the same and answers the expectations for hearing peers; (Dornan, Hickson, Murdoch, & Houston, 2007, 2009; Dornan, Hickson, Murdoch, Houston, & Constantinescu, 2010; Rhoades & Chisolm, 2000).
Verbal language, self-esteem, reading and mathematical skills were developed by the same coefficient as set out in the group selected from hearing peers. (Dornan, Hickson, Murdoch, Houston, & Constantinescu, 2010).
It has been achieved in 6 months with the development of 12 months of age if diagnosis occurs at birth and in the program of adidas-verbal therapy till age. (Constantinescu, Waite, Dornan, Rushbrooke, Brown, Close & McGovern, submitted).
Has a better linguistic and listening skills than the auditory-oral (reading and listening of the lips) or bilingual-bicultural (Austrian gesture and written English language) program, where the use of a cochlear implant is 3 years old. (Dettman, Wall, Constantinescu, & Dowell, 2013).
Australian Context and Listening of Hearing Damage
In Australia, 350 children are born every year with hearing loss and each child is registered (Ching, 2013).
Early diagnostics in early 21st century Universal screening of newborns, early access to optimal technologies (hearing aids / or cochlear implant) and early intervention in Australia is normative.