What the Research Shows

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Description: For over 110 years, researchers have explored questions about spoken language communication, publishing their findings in The Volta Review, a scholarly journal founded by Alexander Graham Bell to provide professionals with information about the ways in which hearing technology, health care, early intervention and education contribute to listening and spoken language development. Because best practices now focus on family-centered intervention, parents increasingly need access to research in order to make informed decisions about the health care and education options available to their children. [...] Is Auditory-Verbal Therapy Effective for Children with Hearing Loss?" completes a 50-month longitudinal study following the language, literacy and emotional development of children with hearing loss who choose listening and spoken language (Dornan et al., 2010).
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