The present study is a systematic review on the effectiveness of Parent Training (PT) and coaching in deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) rehabilitation programs which reviews and synthesizes the existing body of evidence to assess the benefits of these programs in enhancing parents’ sensitivity, responsivity and promoting language development in DHH children during the first years after HA fitting or CI activation. Five published studies met the Population, Intervention, Comparison and Outcomes (PICO) inclusion criteria and were eligible to be included, but heterogeneity in terms of the study design, interventions and outcomes did not allow for performing a meta-analysis. All included studies shared the view that a parent’s learning is a circular (rather than frontal) process, and the results appear promising in terms of enhancing parents’ responsiveness and promoting DHH child language development. Nevertheless, the available evidence was judged to not be robust enough due to limitations in the studies’ designs. Further high-quality evidence is needed to evaluate the true degree of clinical value and the cost effectiveness of PT programs aimed at increasing parents’ responsiveness to their DHH children

Benefits of parent training in the rehabilitation of deaf or hard of hearing children of hearing parents: a systematic review / Giallini, Ilaria; Nicastri, Maria; Mariani, Laura; Turchetta, Rosaria; Ruoppolo, Giovanni; DE VINCENTIIS, Marco; DE VITO, Corrado; Sciurti, Antonio; Baccolini, Valentina; Mancini, Patrizia. - In: AUDIOLOGY RESEARCH. - ISSN 2039-4349. - 11:4(2021), pp. 653-672. [10.3390/audiolres11040060]

Benefits of parent training in the rehabilitation of deaf or hard of hearing children of hearing parents: a systematic review

Ilaria Giallini
Primo
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
;
Maria Nicastri
Secondo
Writing – Review & Editing
;
Laura Mariani
Data Curation
;
Rosaria Turchetta
Data Curation
;
Giovanni Ruoppolo
Project Administration
;
Marco de Vincentiis
Resources
;
Corrado De Vito
Data Curation
;
Antonio Sciurti
Software
;
Valentina Baccolini
Penultimo
Formal Analysis
;
Patrizia Mancini
Ultimo
Supervision
2021

Abstract

The present study is a systematic review on the effectiveness of Parent Training (PT) and coaching in deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) rehabilitation programs which reviews and synthesizes the existing body of evidence to assess the benefits of these programs in enhancing parents’ sensitivity, responsivity and promoting language development in DHH children during the first years after HA fitting or CI activation. Five published studies met the Population, Intervention, Comparison and Outcomes (PICO) inclusion criteria and were eligible to be included, but heterogeneity in terms of the study design, interventions and outcomes did not allow for performing a meta-analysis. All included studies shared the view that a parent’s learning is a circular (rather than frontal) process, and the results appear promising in terms of enhancing parents’ responsiveness and promoting DHH child language development. Nevertheless, the available evidence was judged to not be robust enough due to limitations in the studies’ designs. Further high-quality evidence is needed to evaluate the true degree of clinical value and the cost effectiveness of PT programs aimed at increasing parents’ responsiveness to their DHH children
parent training; cochlear implant; hearing aid; deaf; hard of hearing; children
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Benefits of parent training in the rehabilitation of deaf or hard of hearing children of hearing parents: a systematic review / Giallini, Ilaria; Nicastri, Maria; Mariani, Laura; Turchetta, Rosaria; Ruoppolo, Giovanni; DE VINCENTIIS, Marco; DE VITO, Corrado; Sciurti, Antonio; Baccolini, Valentina; Mancini, Patrizia. - In: AUDIOLOGY RESEARCH. - ISSN 2039-4349. - 11:4(2021), pp. 653-672. [10.3390/audiolres11040060]
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