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2022, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A

Challenges faced by parents during post-operative rehabilitation for children with cochlear implant under ADIP scheme


Author(s): Ambuj Kushawaha and Dr. Gayatri Ahuja

Abstract: Parents of children with disabilities share the concerns of all parents about child-rearing, about education and also have additional concerns related to their children's disabilities. Understanding the concerns and perspectives of these parents is essential to working with them effectively as partners in their children's education. Just as it is unwise to generalize about students as if all students were the same or about parents as if all parents or all families were the same, so it is unwise to generalize about all parents of children with special needs, assuming that they are all the same. Not only is the range of special needs and disabling conditions vary, but parents and families also vary in their identity, styles, concerns, approaches, values, involvement, and backgrounds. Having said that, it is possible to articulate a set of issues and concerns that commonly arise for many parents of children with disabilities. Not every concern will apply to every child and every child's family; however, it is useful for re/habilitation professionals as well as paraprofessionals to sensitize and orient some common concerns that are unique to families of children with disabilities. Parents play the most important role in the overall development of their child with disability. It is the right guidance of parents that develops the character as well as the overall development of the child. Rout and Khanna (2012) found that in India, the mean age of detection of hearing loss among children is approximately 3 year (standard deviation: 1.3 year) and habilitation begins on average at the age of 7.4 year (standard deviation: 4.1year). The majority of published research studies investigating cochlear implantation in children have focused on children’s audition, speech production, speech perception, spoken language development as well as. Cognition. As time goes on, it is becoming more possible to report on longer-term outcomes of children’s functioning in their everyday lives at home, at school, and in the community. The present research study aims to study the challenges faced by parents in post-operative rehabilitation of children with cochlear implantation under ADIP scheme.

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Ambuj Kushawaha and Dr. Gayatri Ahuja. Challenges faced by parents during post-operative rehabilitation for children with cochlear implant under ADIP scheme. International Journal of Research in Special Education. 2022; 2(2): 01-04.
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