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|Other Titles:||Child-Directed Speech for Children with Hearing Loss as Applied in Early Intervention Practice|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The writers of this paper aim to aid stakeholders in understanding to what extent childdirected speech improves the hearing and learning skills of hearing-impaired children. To this end, we first provide a description of the features of child-directed speech, followed by a discussion of its impact on typical child development. Finally, several intervention strategies utilizing child-directed speech are introduced and reviewed in detail in order to promote language development in children with hearing loss.
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