Sound Advice created an e-book, “Teaching A Deaf Child To Hear And Speak: Perfectly“ (A Father’s Love), by James Hall, whose daughter hears and talks with bilateral cochlear implants.
Mr Hall contacted Sound Advice after four years researching how a deaf child can acquire speech, and documenting his findings.
Click the blue image below, to read the e-book in PDF format.
This responsive e-book tells how:
- A child’s spoken language-learning can be built into home, school and daily routines.
- Educated parents update professionals on their child’s hearing and speech skills.
- Family settings, music and art classes are a context for learning spoken language.
Mr Hall is the father of a daughter born in 2002, whose profound deafness was detected at twelve months of age, and who received sequential (bilateral) cochlear implants before she was 26 months of age. She is now mainstreamed into her local schools.