We have come to live in times and conditions that probably none of us dreamt of, planned for, and were not prepared for. Everyone suffers in their own way. For many of us, this situation has adverse effects. What about our children?
One of the stages of language programming in hearing-impaired children is learning early reading skills. According to research by Professor J. Cieszyńska, a psychologist and speech therapist who successfully conducts therapy for children with impaired hearing, speech impediments, alalia, aphasia and other language communication disorders, learning to read early helps to develop a positive self-image.
Rehabilitation camp for children with hearing impairment is a week- or two week-long (depending on the organizer) child's stay with a guardian outside the place of residence that includes comprehensive rehabilitation and daily therapy of children with hearing impairment.
It does happen that a baby with impaired hearing is born in a healthy family where everyone can hear well an the problem of hearing loss has not occurred in the past. Often a family does not want to acknowledge facts about their child's health, deny the diagnosis and look for a confirmation that there must have been a mistake made somewhere.