Music helps develop the spoken language of hearing-impared children, study finds

Researchers from the University of Helsinki designing and implementing a music playgroup for children using a cochlear implant discovered that music helps improve the spoken language of hearing-impared children. Learn more here: A group of Finnish researchers have compiled a series of guidelines for international use, to support the use of music in the development of spoken language for children with hearing impairments.

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