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The Effect of Parent Involvement Auditory Training Program on Communication Ability of Children with Hearing Impairments
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The Effect of Parent Involvement Auditory Training Program on Communication Ability of Children with Hearing Impairments
CHAE, Jung-Hee; HUH, Myung-Jin; PARK, Chan-Hee;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of the parents listening guidance program, which allows the parents to understand their hearing impaired children and how to listen at home, on the communication skills of the hearing impaired children. The research subjects were 3 hearing impaired children who did not accompany with the intellectual, emotional and behabioral problems, and the listening guidance has been performed for their parents for 3 months through the listening guidance program. The changes in the communication skills in the hearing impaired children were observed comparing before and after the education. In the results, first, the receptive language skill of the hearing impaired children was improved after than before the parents listening guidance. Second, the expressive language skill of the hearing impaired children was improved after than before the parents listening guidance, too. Third, in the communication behavior of the hearing impaired children, the phonation and the speech production were increased together with the gesture after the parents listening guidance. In conclusion, it is deemed that the parents listening guidance program would have positive influence on the communication behavior of the hearing impaired children.
 Keywords
Hearing impairment;Parents listening guidance program;Communication behavior;
 Language
Korean
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