SUMMARY OF CHIlDREN WITH COCHLEAR IMPLANTS:
Children with cochlear implants identified by 3 months of age have significantly higher language quotients on the Child Development Inventory Expressive Language(CDIEL), Child Development Inventory Comprehension Conceptual(CDICC) and the MacArthur-Bates Communicative Development Inventories: Words Produced (MBCDI).
Children with cochlear implants enrolled in intervention by 6 months of age have significantly higher language quotients than those identified after 6 months of age on the CDIEL, CDICC and M-BCDI.
Children with cochlear implants activated by 18 months had significantly higher language quotients than those activated after 18 months on the CDIEL, CDICC and MBCDI.
Children with cochlear implants had significantly lower language quotients than children with mild-moderate hearing loss and hearing aids and children with moderate-severe to profound hearing loss with hearing aids.
Identified by 3 monthsCoch1-Lang-Quotient-ID-by-3-months
Enrolled in intervention by 6 monthsCoch2-Enrolled-RX-by-6-months
Cochlear implant activation by 18 monthsCoch3-Lang-Quotients-CI-activation-by-18-months
Cochlear implant language quotients compared to children with hearing aidsCoch4-Language-Quotients-CI-HA-mild-mod-HA-mod-sevprof