Phenomenological needs assessment of parents of children with cochlear implants

@inproceedings{Mostafavi2017PhenomenologicalNA,
  title={Phenomenological needs assessment of parents of children with cochlear implants},
  author={Firoozeh Mostafavi and Seyed Mohammad Mahdi Hazavehei and Mohammad Majid Oryadi-Zanjani and Gholamreza Sharifi Rad and Abbas Rezaianzadeh and Leila Ravanyar},
  booktitle={Electronic physician},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND The use of cochlear implants has been a remarkable success in reducing disabilities in those with impaired hearing, which have made a significant change in the patients' quality of life. Only by relying on cochlear implants, disabilities cannot be eliminated in the hearing impaired, and, alongside this intervention, rehabilitation practices such as through family and community support are necessary. AIM To explain the needs of parents of children with cochlear implants to increase… CONTINUE READING
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