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Introduction précoce d'un bruit de type cocktail party dans la rééducation orthophonique du patient adulte implanté cochléaire bilatéralisé : étude de cas

Abstract : Objectives: the purpose of our research is to determine the effects of early introduction of a cocktail party noise in the training of bilateral cochlear implants users made by speech and language therapists. Method: our research is a case study concerning 2 patients with bilateral implants for less than 8 months. We made an objective and subjective assessment of the speech understanding in a cocktail party noise before and after a 12 sessions auditory training of progressive difficulty. Results: even if the results of the objective assessment can only partially confirm a speech intelligibility improvment in noise, the auditory training shows an improvment in patients' subjective auditory listening quality in noise. Conclusion: it is interesting that speech and language therapists propose an early auditory training in noise to bilateral cochlear implants users. By getting closer of daily situations, speech therapists can offer a specific auditory training that may benefit to the patients in their daily life.
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Hélène Loinard. Introduction précoce d'un bruit de type cocktail party dans la rééducation orthophonique du patient adulte implanté cochléaire bilatéralisé : étude de cas. Sciences cognitives. 2021. ⟨dumas-03282479⟩

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