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Implantation cochléaire avant 18 mois et partenariat avec les parents : communication, perception, langage

Abstract : This retrospective study included 29 hearing impaired children with severe to profound binaural congenital deafness. They received cochlear implants (CI) before age of 18 months and were divided into 2 groups of age of CI. Results show no statistical differences for CAP and SIR scales, and MAIS and MUSS questionnaries scores between the 2 groups. Auditory and linguistic performances follow the same developmental trajectory. Very early implantation, associated with speeh and langage reeducation and a good partnership with parents, is recommanded to target normal hearing children of same age. Finally, CAP, SIR, MAIS and MUSS scores show strong correlations at 2 post-IC points : there are links between auditory and linguistic performances. Auditory education can train not only perception but also speech intelligibility.
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Virginie Massé. Implantation cochléaire avant 18 mois et partenariat avec les parents : communication, perception, langage. Sciences cognitives. 2021. ⟨dumas-03342712⟩

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