The right not to hear: The ethics of parental refusal of hearing rehabilitation

Conclusions:
The ethics of parental rights to refuse hearing rehabilitation are complex and strikingly context-dependent. A comprehensive appreciation of the medical, practical, and legal issues is crucial prior to intervening in such challenging situations.

from The Laryngoscope

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