Interventions for Cochlear Implants and Associated Barriers in Occupational Therapy

Introduction In 2019, 118,100 cochlear implant (CI) devices were implanted in adults and 65,000 in children.1  Cochlear implants can help users to better perceive sounds such as loud, medium, and soft. They can also help users to make telephone calls, watch TV more easily, and music. All of these activities can be meaningful occupations in … Read more