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Impact of the presence of auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD) on outcomes of children at three years of age
Objective—To determine the influence of the presence of auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD) on speech, language, and psycho-social development of children at three years of age.
A systematic review of electric-acoustic stimulation
(Sage Publications, 2013)
Outcomes of 3-Year-Old Children With Hearing Loss and Different Types of Additional Disabilities
This research investigated the speech, language, and functional auditory outcomes of 119 3-year-old children with hearing loss and additional disabilities. Outcomes were evaluated using direct assessment and caregiver ...
Hearing aid safety: a comparison of estimated threshold shifts for gains recommended by NAL-NL2 and DSLm[i/o] prescriptions for children
Objective—To investigate the predicted threshold shift associated with the use of nonlinear hearing-aids set according to the NAL-NL2 or the DSL m[i/o] prescription for children. For medium and high input levels, we ...
A systematic review of electric-acoustic stimulation : device fitting ranges, outcomes, and clinical fitting practices
(Trends in Amplification, 2013)
Outcomes of Early- and Late-identified Children at 3 Years of Age: Findings from a Prospective Population-based Study
Objectives—To address the question of whether, on a population level, early detection and amplification improve outcomes of children with hearing impairment. Design—All families of children who were born between 2002 and ...
Predictors of Early Reading Skill in 5-Year-Old Children With Hearing Loss Who Use Spoken Language
This research investigated the concurrent association between early reading skills and phonological awareness ( PA ), print knowledge, language, cognitive, and demographic variables in 101 five-year-old children with ...
A randomized controlled comparison of NAL and DSL prescriptions for young children: Hearing-aid characteristics and performance outcomes at three years of age
Objective—To determine the influence of choice of prescription and other child-, family- and intervention-related factors on speech, language, and functional performance of hearing-impaired children by three years of ...
WHEN EXPECTATION MEETS EXPERIENCE: PARENTS’ RECOLLECTIONS OF AND EXPERIENCES WITH A CHILD DIAGNOSED WITH HEARING LOSS SOON AFTER BIRTH
Objective—To examine parents’ recollections of and their experiences with bringing up a child diagnosed with hearing loss at a very young age. Design—Based on the analysis of informal parent discussion groups, four ...
Major findings of the LOCHI study on children at 3 years of age and implications for audiological management
The Longitudinal Outcomes of Children with Hearing Impairment (LOCHI) study addresses the evidence gap regarding the efficacy of universal newborn hearing screening (UNHS) for improving outcomes through a prospective ...