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Stages of Emotional Experience of Parents of Children with Cochlear Implantation (CI)

DOI: 10.4236/ojmp.2023.124013, PP. 231-238

Keywords: Emotions during the Rehabilitation, Children with a Cochlear Implantation, Rehabilitation Process, Parents of Children with Cochlear Implantation (CI)

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Rehabilitation is a set of measures aimed at compensating or fully restoring the functions of the patient impaired by the disease. In the rehabilitation of children with a cochlear implant, a comprehensive, systematic approach is essential in the work of doctors, teachers, sign language teachers, psychologists, and families. Rehabilitation and social adaptation of children with a cochlear implant depend not only on specialists but also on the ability of parents to help the child organize educational activities in an optimistic mood and the ability to provide emotional support. This means that the role of parents in the way to successful rehabilitation is high, and therefore this topic is especially relevant today.


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