Parents Who Have Been There: Strategies, Experiences, and Reflections

Mcglew, Anna Karkovska
May 2013
Volta Voices;May/Jun2013, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p18
The article discusses several case studies of parents who have dealt with the issue of their children being diagnosed with hearing loss. Various options were presented as solutions to address the concern with parents of hearing impaired children such as listening and spoken language as communication, intervention, and hospital systems. Some of the inputs given by parents include choosing a communication option, receiving the diagnosis, and team-building and asking questions.


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