Cochlear Implants in Infants and Toddlers: Are SLPs Ready for This Growing Trend?
Spencer, L. (2009, June 16). The ASHA Leader.
Over the past two decades, cochlear implants have proven effective in children, ages 3–18. Now research indicates that children who are fitted at earlier ages fare better on speech perception and production tests. Are SLPs ready for this new wave of toddlers with cochlear implants?
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