Early Intervention Program to Increase Speech and Language Skill Of Hearing Impairment Children

Prinanda Gustarina Ridwan


Based on the overall data analysis, it can be concluded that the ability to speak and speak of deaf children aged 5-6 years is varied, there are good and poor speech and language. Speech and language skills of deaf children are said to be good seen from being able to understand language, vocabulary has a lot, language is easy to understand, can communicate interactively, able to understand abstract words, whereas said deaf children have poor speaking and language skills seen from difficulties in understanding language, vocabulary is still small, difficulties when invited to speak, difficulty in arranging syllables into meaningful words. The impact of good speech and language is that deaf children are able to communicate both ways, communicative, and self-confidence. For deaf children with poor speech and language, it will cause difficulties in understanding their intentions and ultimately difficulties in communicating with others and not having confidence. b. Parents' understanding of the nature of hearing impairment and the development of speech and language skills of deaf children will have an impact on the ability of parents to intervene early in children. A good understanding of parents will change attitudes, treatment so that parenting in providing services to children at home can increase, while the development of speech and language skills can improve parenting skills in providing interventions so that a large influence on the results of speech and language skills of deaf children. c. Early intervention training programs run by parents in the form of an understanding of the nature of hearing loss and the development of speech and language skills have increased. This can be seen by comparing the ability of parents before and after being given treatment using this early intervention training program. Through this early intervention training program, it can improve parents' understanding of hearing loss and develop speech and language skills for deaf children.

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