Long-Term Effects of Early-Life Otitis Media on Language Development
- A Preliminary Evaluation of Fast ForWord-Language as an Adjuvant Treatment in Language Intervention. Fey, Marc E.; Finestack, Lizbeth H.; Gajewski, Byron J.; Popescu, Mihai; Lewine, Jeffrey D. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr2010, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p430
Purpose: Fast ForWord-Language (FFW-L) is designed to enhance children's processing of auditory-verbal signals and, thus, their ability to learn language. As a preliminary evaluation of this claim, we examined the effects of a 5-week course of FFW-L as an adjuvant treatment with a subsequent...
- Auditory temporal resolution in specifically language-impaired and age matched children. Helzer, Jenny R.; Champlin, Craig A. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Dec96 Part 2, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p1171
Discusses the auditory processing capabilities of children with specific language impairment. Assessment of temporal resolution abilities; Aspects of arousal stimuli among children; Role of difficulties in auditory processing.
- Auditory Temporal Processing Impairment: Neither Necessary nor Sufficient for Causing Language Impairment in Children. Bishop, D. V. M.; Carlyon, R. P.; Deeks, J. M.; Bishop, S. J. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec1999, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p1295
Presents a study which determined the role of auditory perceptual impairment in the genesis of developmental language disorders in children. Auditory processing tasks used; Characteristics of study participants; Findings on measures of auditory temporal processing tasks.
- The Importance of Right Otitis Media in Childhood Language Disorders. Uclés, Paulino; Alonso, María Francisca; Aznar, Elena; Lapresta, Carlos // International Journal of Otolaryngology;2012, p1
Studies relating chronic otitis media and language disorders in children have not reported consistent findings. We carried out the first selective study aimed at discerning the role of chronic right otitis media in children less than 3 years of age in language development. A total of 35 children...
- A Systematic Review of Management of Otitis Media with Effusion in Children. Zulkiflee, S.; Asma, A.; Philip, R.; Siti Sabzah, M. H.; Sobani, D.; Nik Khairulddin, N. Y.; Jaclyn Teoh, P. L.; Norizzati Bukhary, I. B.; Mazapuspavina, M. Y.; Roza, S.; Mohd Aminuddin, M. Y.; Hafeza, A.; Rafidah, M.; Shahrom, A. R.; Juliana, S.; Suhaidie, M. // British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research;2014, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p2119
Aim: Otitis media with effusion in children can result in impairment of speech and language development secondary to the effects of conductive hearing loss from the disease. The review was conducted as part of a clinical practice guideline to assist healthcare providers in the management of this...
- "A Hard of Hearing Child Among The Deaf.". // Exceptional Children;Nov1953, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p91
The article presents an overview of the report "A Hard of Hearing Child Among the Deaf," by Ruth Brown published in June 1953 issue of the periodical "Volta Review."
- History of middle ear involvement and speech/language development in late talkers. Paul, Rhea; Lynn, Timothy F. // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Oct93, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p1055
Surveys speech and expressive language outcomes among normally-paced and late-talking toddlers with and without histories of middle ear involvement. Relationship of middle ear involvement to expressive language and articulation measure outcomes; Implication of findings in otitis media treatment...
- Longitudinal Study of Speech Perception, Speech, and Language for Children with Hearing Loss in an Auditory-Verbal Therapy Program. Dornan, Dimity; Hickson, Louise; Murdoch, Bruce; Houston, Todd // Volta Review;Fall/Winter2009, Vol. 109 Issue 2/3, p61
This study examined the speech perception, speech, and language developmental progress of 25 children with hearing loss (mean Pure-Tone Average IPTA] 79.37 dB HL) in an auditory-verbal therapy program. Children were tested initially and then 21 months later on a battery of assessments. The...
- CORRELATION BETWEEN FREQUENCY-SPECIFIC AUDITORY BRAINSTEM RESPONSES AND BEHAVIORAL HEARING ASSESSMENT IN CHILDREN WITH HEARING LOSS. Ramos, Natalia; Gonçalves Almeida, Mabel; Lewis, Doris Ruthy // Revista CEFAC;jul-ago2013, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p796
Purpose: analyze and correlate the findings of the frequency specific auditory brainstem response and behavioral assessment by air and bone conduction in children with sensorineural hearing loss or mixed hearing loss. Method: the sample was composed of ten children up to three years old,...