Outcomes of 3-year-old children with hearing loss and different types of additional disabilities.

  title={Outcomes of 3-year-old children with hearing loss and different types of additional disabilities.},
  author={Linda Cupples and Teresa Y. C. Ching and Kathryn Crowe and Mark Seeto and Greg Leigh and Laura Street and Julia Day and Vivienne Marnane and Jessica Thomson},
  journal={Journal of deaf studies and deaf education},
  volume={19 1},
This research investigated the speech, language, and functional auditory outcomes of 119 3-year-old children with hearing loss and additional disabilities. Outcomes were evaluated using direct assessment and caregiver report. Multiple regressions revealed that type of additional disability and level of maternal education were significant predictors of language outcomes. Poorer outcomes were achieved in a combined group of children with autism, cerebral palsy, and/or developmental delay (DD… CONTINUE READING
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