"In a new, multisite study of deaf children with cochlear implants, University of Texas at Dallas researchers have found that children with either no exposure or limited exposure to sign language end up with better auditory, speaking, and reading skills later. The paper is one of the first nationwide longitudinal studies of how sign language exposure affects young cochlear implant recipients..." Continue reading.
UT Dallas researchers study effectiveness of sign language in deaf children with cochlear implants (The Hearing Review)
16 June, 2017
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