Testimonials are especially important for the cochlear implant rehabilitation of other patients due to the unique and life-changing nature of the intervention.
Here’s why testimonials play a crucial role in this context: Inspiration and Hope; Real-Life Experiences; Reliability and Empathy; Encouraging Acceptance; Highlighting Benefits and Outcomes; Addressing Concerns and Myths‘ Building Trust in the Process; Encouraging Post-Implant Commitment; Informing the Support System.
Overall, testimonials in cochlear implant rehabilitation offer a human perspective on the process, emphasizing the positive impact of the intervention on recipients’ lives. They provide emotional support, practical insights, and motivation, ultimately helping potential recipients make informed decisions and embrace the rehabilitation process with confidence.
Steven (Stin): expectations of life from a 18 year CI-user himself
Steven (Stin): expectations as a parent concerning early intervention and rehabilitation
Ria, speech and language therapist: importance of good follow-up and monitoring of the CI-child
Koen (2.5 years and bilateral CI’s) describes what he sees in a book
Koen (Kamiel): the importance of the cochlear implants fort he parents
Marlies, speech and language therapist: what young deaf children need in therapy?
Marlies, speech and language therapist: working together with (coaching) parents
A CHILD WITH CHARGE SYNDROME – 8m Chr Age; 1m Hearing Age #video
MLJ – 20m Chr age; 6 months pos-CI’s activation #video
IBS – 7Y 1m Chr age; 4Y 8m after CI activation; beginning of 2nd grade, mainstream school #video
Ilaria – 1 year auditory age and 2 years and 5 months chronological age #video