Signs of the Times: Cochlear Implants May Not Be the Best Way to Help Deaf Children
New Scientist 1999, April 24; 162(2183): 52
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Letting the Deaf Be Deaf: Reconsidering the Use of Cochlear Implants in Prelingually Deaf Children Crouch, Robert A. (1997-07)In theory, cochlear implants hold out the possibility of enabling profoundly prelingually deaf children to hear. For these children's parents, who are usually hearing, this possibility is a great relief. Yet the decision to ...