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MORI, Toshiko; MAEJIMA, Takako (1995)
Journal: Kawasaki journal of medical welfare
Languages: English
Types: Research
Subjects: hearing-impaired children, language learning conditions, medical speech therapist, effect of speech therapy, language ability

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This paper surveys the speech therapy methods used with hearing-impaired children.Several problems in the development of hearing-impaired children are explained, including speech therapy by auditory training to alleviate the problems. The validity of Mon's check-list and Mori's language ability test were demonstrated using four sample cases. Finally, the important points of speech therapy in hearing-impaired children are discussed.
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