Speech and Language of Children Using Hearing Aids With Adaptive Directional and Noise Reduction Features

This paper reviews longitudinal speech-language outcomes of a group of school age children using hearing aid noise reduction and adaptive directional features. These results, obtained through collaboration between school audiologist and speech-language pathologist, reveal that receptive and expressive language scores are stable or improved over a three-year period of use.

from Perspectives on School-Based Issues


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