In this webinar we will elaborate on the topic of speech impairment in children with CIs, on how their hearing is different as well as on cognitive and physiological foundations of speech.
How is therapy structured at the beginning of the intervention?
What is the ontogenetic principle in intervention? What are the main stages of speech and language development?
We will focus on this - and more - during our meeting.
Tatyana Pryadkina received her degree from the A. Hertsen Russian State Pedagogical University, specializing in speech language pathology as well as psychological counseling.
She has been working at the St. Petersburg Municipal Children’s Surdology Center since 1995.
Her areas of special competence are psychological support and therapy for pre-school and school-age children with CIs and HAs, as well as counseling parents of children with hearing loss.
March 10 - forum discussion with T. Pryadkina
An SLP’s support for children with a CI