Description

Developed by the American Cochlear Implant Alliance. Endorsed by the American Academy of Audiology.

Key Points

This guideline provides current, evidence-based recommendations for determining cochlear implant candidacy for the pediatric population, encouraging a team-based approach focused on the whole child and the family system.

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