volume 146, issue Supplement 3, PS284-S291 2020
DOI: 10.1542/peds.2020-0242h
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Dianne Toe, Deborah Mood, Tova Most, Elizabeth Walker, Stacey Tucci

Abstract: The development of pragmatic skills does not often receive attention by professionals who are recommending or undertaking assessment of deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) children, yet social communication is vital for linguistic, social, emotional, and academic development. We acknowledge the challenges that DHH children have with pragmatic skills, advocate for monitoring of pragmatic development for all DHH children by medical professionals, and provide direction for assessment of pragmatic skills in young DHH c…

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