Cochlear implantation may now be considered as a method of managing children with profound sensory hearing loss who do not benefit from conventional amplification. It involves a team approach with integration of many skilled individuals, as well as the child and his or her parents and family. As William House has said, in 1991, 'The future is not in the adult programme, but in the continued expansion of the children's programme'.
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