Management of bilateral implantation in children
Languages of publication
In recent years, the number of children with bilateral implants has been growing. Bilateral implantation, by im-proving hearing, has beneficial influence on auditory-verbal therapy results. Children with bilateral implants have a chance for acquiring communication skills typical for a given linguistic system and society they live in, at the level similar to natural acquisition. There is an ongoing discussion as to how the therapy of bilaterally-implanted children should be conducted. This article proposes a therapeutic approach based on the current literature and practical expe-rience of the author.
Publication order reference