Guidelines for Parents with Children Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

It’s crucial to emphasize that the efficacy of these activities is not solely dependent on the type or quality of the materials used. What truly matters is the commitment to fostering effective communication and providing ample opportunities for a child with hearing difficulties to thrive in a stimulus-rich environment. This environment will enable them to appropriately develop their listening skills and language potential.
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