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Serving Children With Hearing Loss in Public School Settings - featured May 14, 2010

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Serving Children With Hearing Loss in Public School Settings

Thibodeau, L. & DeConde Johnson, C. (2005, September 27). The ASHA Leader.

With the advent of neonatal hearing screening and technological advances in cochlear implants, more children are being served in general education classrooms each year. As children are identified earlier and fit with amplification or a cochlear implant at an earlier age, they are more readily entering mainstream education and closing the gap in their performance relative to their peers with normal hearing.

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