http://www.familysupportconnection.org/html/aural.htmThe difference seems to be philosophically based– will the child benefit more from being mainstreamed and taught to compete with his normal-hearing peers, or will he benefit more from special education? Natural vs. artifical
It is the opposite of manual communication/ASL culture
http://nc.agbell.org/netcommunity/academy/AVT Application is 42 pages
*Teach = Guide and coach through engaging parents into A-V therapy.**Parents = grandparents, relatives, guardians, caregivers, etc…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFUUegLsF_wDx: Bilateral profound hearing loss at 18 months of age and immediately fit with hearing aids. Etiology is congenital/unknown.1st CI: 2 years, 2 months2nd CI: 8 years, 1 monthCurrently attends mainstream middle school
Cued speechers are vocal about why they use cued speech.
It was developed in 1966.50-60The primary goal of cued speech is literacy
Ruberl, A. (Producer). (2008). What is cued speech? [Video]. Available from http://www.cuedspeech.org/
Goldberg, D. M., & Flexer, C. (2001). Auditory-verbal graduates: Outcome survey of clinical efficacy. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 12, 406-414.
Important to note that these results are similar to those from 1993.
Dornan, D., Hickson, L. Murdoch, B., &Houston, T. (2009). Longitudinal study of speech perception, speech, and language for children with hearing loss in an auditory-verbal therapy program. Volta Review, 109(2/3), 61-85.
Colin, S., Magnan, A., Ecalle, J., & Leybaert, J. (2007). Relation between Deaf children’s phonological skills in kindergarten and word recognition performance in first grade. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 48 (2), 139-146.
Epi= on, at ,besides, afterMeta= from, among, with, afterEpi-phonological skills in kindergarten and first grade predicted meta-phonological skills in Hearing children.Only epi-phonological skills in first grade predicted meta-phonological skills in Deaf children.Written word recognition score predicted by the epi-phonological skills in kindergarten for both groups
Leybaert, J., & Charlier, B. (1996). Visual speech in the head: The effect of cued-speech on rhyming, remembering, and spelling. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 1(4), 234-248.Inner speech= internal phonological processes