Kids Books featuring CIs and Hearing Aids

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December 09, 2012


Olga Sundqvist

I love listening to different kind of music and i am really impress on how you explain the good the bad and the ugly.It is good that i read this one.Good job.


We just finished a 5 month study at Johns Hopkins University about CI users and music. There were only 3 kids in the first round, likely due to the weekly commitment of attending class at 8 am in Baltimore every Saturday for almost 5 months, but hopefully the study will continue with other kids.

They tested the kids at the beginning, then had the months of music classes, then did post tests to see how all that training would impact a CI users music abilities. I can't wait to hear the results.

Much like hearing kids though there was a wide range of ability, at least what I observed as a bystander.


This is the doctor/researcher in charge of the study:

Lily's Mom


That is fabulous. Id love to know what they found out. What do you think? Thanks for participating. Ive watched his TedX before. One of the only CI Ted Talks I can find. So exciting. What type of things were they teaching?

Lilys Mom

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