TCT-6 : télé-réhabilitation de la communication téléphonique de l’adulte devenu sourd implanté cochléaire

Abstract : Although telephone communication plays an important role in daily life, it is a particular challenge for cochlear implant (CI) adult recipients. Phone communication is a complex process due to a lack of visual cues, poorer sound quality of the phone signal and above all because of the stress it generates. The objectives of this research are to develop a new rehabilitation program: TCT-6, to accompany patients in their recovery of telephone communication skills with the implant and to evaluate its effectiveness in a group of ten adult CI users. This tele-rehabilitation program is progressive and intensive in order to facilitate its transfer into daily life. The results of our study show that TCT-6 is effective: it helps adult CI users to communicate better over the phone, as well as providing skills that can be transferred into daily life, increases self-confidence and improves quality of life. Consequently, our work highlights the importance of precociously providing to CI users a specific telephone training during speech therapy sessions.
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Suzy Dupré. TCT-6 : télé-réhabilitation de la communication téléphonique de l’adulte devenu sourd implanté cochléaire. Sciences cognitives. 2016. ⟨dumas-01345739⟩

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