Success of children with cochlear implants in mainstream educational settings
The availability of cochlear implant technology has made mainstreaming a more reachable social and academic goal for profoundly deaf children. Traditionally, the profoundly deaf child has required more self-contained education. It has been the hard-of-hearing child who reached the mainstream education classroom during the elementary years. Cochlear implant recipients, implanted early and receiving appropriate educational services that maximize learning across all domains, have shown a significant trend toward moving from a more self-contained to at less restrictive educational environment. Children with implants are making these transitions earlier than the larger majority of profoundly deaf children using traditional amplification.
Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology
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Nevins, M. E. and Chute, P. M., "Success of children with cochlear implants in mainstream educational settings" (1995). Kean Publications. 2839.