prelingually deaf

prelingually deaf

(priːˈlɪŋɡwəlɪ)
adj
(Pathology)
a. deaf from birth or having acquired deafness before learning to speak
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the prelingually deaf.
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Also, the government of India provides reimbursement for cochlear implant procedures for prelingually deaf children from age group between 1 to 16 years.
Speech perception outcomes after cochlear implantation in prelingually deaf infants: The Western Sicily experience.
Brain plasticity is at the root of why a baby, a postlingually deaf adult, and a prelingually deaf children react differently to cochlear implant activation.
Contributed by otolaryngologists, neurotologists, developmental behavioral pediatricians, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and other specialists from North America, Israel, and China, the 23 chapters in this volume describe the clinical management, assessment, rehabilitation, and education of children with cochlear implants, as well as working with special populations, such as children with additional disabilities, those with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder, or prelingually deaf children.
Cochlear implantation in prelingually deaf persons with additional disability.
3) the ideal prelingually deaf adults are those with consistent hearing aid use, preferably with some residual hearing, and who use oral communication.
4) Winzer traces how 19th-century advocates for the prelingually deaf and hearing-impaired pursued childhood education as a primary goal, as well as the importance of the financial and moral support of clergy to the success of the deaf education movement.
This was mainly because of my own experience of a close family member, Florence, known as Pat, being excluded from mainstream education as a result of being born prelingually deaf.
A person is considered to be prelingually deaf if hearing loss was diagnosed before age 3.
Even though there is a consensus language develops best at some time, as Rubinstein (2002), the best age for cochlear implantation in prelingually deaf children has been controversial since the practice began.
1998) Implicit phonological awareness and early reading development in prelingually deaf children.