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The profoundly deaf child needs special education in order to develop oral language. Digital hearing-aids only provide minimal auditory perception. Before the advent of cochlear implantation, most of these children had severe language retardation and expressed themselves through sign language. Two studies show that the education of the profoundly deaf child… (More)
Every child born with deafness displays a pathological language development. An early and specific approach is mandatory, hence requiring an universal hearing screening. Available evidence indicate that performing acoustic otoemissions prior to six months of age is the most reliable method. The recording of the AOE is performed successfully from the 30th… (More)