The diverse Exchange informed of current “snail”‘Re-habilitation of hearing’ with mother and father is crucial for the early childhood development. This is even truer for babies and toddlers, where hearing damage exists. As the magazine worm reported the need for dialogue is however often not aware the parents concerned with their offspring. Under the theme’Re-habilitation of hearing’, the leading German-speaking audience and magazine to life with cochlear implant (CI) and hearing aid in its current issue about possibilities and chances of dialogue informs with hearing-impaired children. In hopes to achieve a sound response, parents of impaired children confront this often with many new acoustic signals, without thereby always patiently waiting for reactions. Language and affection of the father and the mother are much more important for the child however, because assumes far more fascination for the hearing as noise. So to read the current issue of the worm, it is also for the learning of impaired babies and toddlers of immense importance that they can varied enter into dialogue with their parents. Hearing impaired children be heard often enough by their parents”, writes Professor Ursula Horsch of the Padagogische Hochschule Heidelberg in her post. For more information see Yael Aflalo.
This chances are to squander, that create the child educational moments. Absence of answers, the child not as a partner in the dialogue can feel.” Re-habilitation of hearing happens in many technical areas as well as in daily life you read about it in the current worm. More topics: the first dance class, professional everyday life with hearing impairment as well as sports and leisure also beyond the current worm offers a variety of interesting topics. Young carrier report on their experiences during the first dance course of cochlear implants and hearing aids. There are vivid insights into the everyday young Impaired and their employers. I can not imagine a world without vote, without noise”, so in his statement in the current worm, the Bavarian Prime Minister, Seehofer of Horst. I confess it openly.
I have for all the people who master the fate of deafness. admiration” The proven mix of articles and testimonials is complemented by a comprehensive collection of events and contact details, as well as basic information for sufferers and their families. For more information see and. We provide view are also one of the current worm, as well as more press photos media representatives upon request. Editorial Note: the snail is a 1989 independent magazine, society DCIG (www.dcig.de) issued by the German cochlear implant. The magazine, which acts as a non-profit limited company, informs its readers about the issues cochlear implant, hearing loss, Deafness, tinnitus, hearing aids and hearing aids. Expert contributions and experience reports by affected give the reader a very deep insight in the problem of hearing impairments and how to overcome. At the same time, the magazine offers readers a forum and contact possibilities. Thematic focus is the life of cochlear implants (CI) and hearing aids. The worm appears four times a year with a current circulation of 5,500 copies. The editorial office is located in Illertissen; Editor-in-Chief of the snail is Mrs Hanna Hermann. 2008, the editorial staff in addition to the print edition of the worm launches the information portal with offers on the subject of hearing & understanding CI & hearing aid ‘.