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Musique et implant cochléaire‎. Prise en charge de groupe chez l’adulte

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Our study aimed to accompany cochlear implant patients, for whom listening music had become a complaint, in the rediscovery or even discovery of music, and to guide them in reappropriating the pleasure of listening music.
The 8 group sessions, combined with progressive daily training sessions, took place from September to February 2018 at the Rouen University Hospital.
The results obtained highlight an improvement in musical skills, which also has an impact on patients' language and communication skills. The benefits of this training were also reflected in the musical appreciation and quality of life of the participants.
It is interesting that speech therapists offer group sessions dedicated to musical work to their congenitally or postingually deaf implanted cochlear for whom a complaint emerges from the music. However, it is essential to stress that the patient's motivation and interest in music are essential to the proper functioning of such care.
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Maurane Poterlot. Musique et implant cochléaire‎. Prise en charge de groupe chez l’adulte. Sciences cognitives. 2018. ⟨dumas-01859539⟩



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