The article concerns the children with impaired hearing and vision after cochlear implantation surgery. Topical issues of post-surgery development of such children are viewed through the lens of the theory and practice of cochlear implantation of deaf children without additional impairments. The necessity of careful consideration of contraindications to surgery, mandatory implementation of post-surgery psychological and pedagogical rehabilitation of children is emphasized. The authors present the arguments for a possibility of using the method of 3R-rehabilitation of a family and a child with CI by the specialists who mastered the new professional competencies.
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