This project is developed at SUVAG hearing health service, a 100% SUS institution that serves the population of the entire state of RN. Given the devastating impact of childhood hearing impairment, scientifically and clinically, proposals that optimize children’s outcomes and that could be scalable are desirable. Performed through a series of clinical studies, its main objectives are: to analyze the effectiveness of innovation (specific interventions mediated by technology and / or reorganization of procedures) in child hearing (re) habilitation, to evaluate the knowledge and skills of family members, speech therapists/audiologists and teachers who work with these children, before and after education mediated by technology and active methodologies, in order to produce knowledge that can be used to improve the hearing (re) habilitation services offered to the population, reducing costs for the SUS.
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optimization of speech rehabilitation procedures for (re) habilitation in children hearing impairment, through the insertion of technological innovation;
cost reduction to the health system (SUS) by the abbreviation of speech therapy;
maximizing the development of hearing impaired children to their real educational and social inclusion, with improvement to the quality of life of children and their families.
Veja os acontecimentos que marcaram o Innovation In Infant Auditory Rehabilitation
Creation of groups for families of hearing impaired children at SUVAG (research and extension project with results published in international scientific events and article published later)
Beginning of the study of the videofeedback tool (low cost technology) in the routine of hearing (re) habilitation, with papers presented and article published later.
Continuation of previous actions and beginning of the research project: Group Phonological Intervention for School-Age Hearing Impaired Children supported by EDITAL 01/2016 PPG / PROPESQ. Changes in ongoing rehabilitation routine. Publication in progress;
Creation of the GEHRA Study Group to train professionals involved in the (re) habilitation of children with hearing impairment (ongoing) and the use of teleconsultation to support speech-language pathologists.
Beginning of the pilot project of the course for teachers of hearing impaired children assisted at the RN SUVAG Center (30 trained teachers. Scientific work related to the published course).
Follow up of the course for teachers of hearing impaired children, with 27 trained teachers
Follow up of the actions previously mentioned with a proposal for the reorganization of the entire (re) habilitation service based on scientific evidence and innovations tested in the service. (In progress).