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While parent education can improve child outcomes, there still remain great variations in speech and language outcomes for children with hearing loss, including those enrolled in EI. In order for these programs to be as successful as possible, the parents should take the information they have learned and apply it to their interactions with their child. This is what leads to improved outcomes in children with hearing loss. Yet not all families enrolled in these services are able to make these modifications to their behaviors. Why are some parents able to successfully change based on their learning in early intervention and others are not?
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Early Intervention, Parental Efficacy, Deaf Education, Early Learning
Jensen, Melissa, "Parental Efficacy and Barriers to Learning in Early Intervention" (2022). 2022 Projects. 2.
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