In this study, hearing-impaired pre-school children who have taken music education were invesitgated if they had physical, self-esteem, social and mental development. The development of children was examined since18 weeks of training. The children's physical, self-esteem, social and mental development were supported by musical elements, an education program was implemented which aimed to get them ready for the primary education programme. In this research : experimental (pretest - posttest control group) model was applied. In addition, a survey related with demographic factors was applied too. As the result of the study, it was found that children's physical, social and mental development had a parallel development between the experimental and control groups. But it was obatained that self-reliant development of the students in the experimental group who had music education was significantly had higher results.
Music Education, Hearing Implied, Self-Esteem, Preschool, Hearing Loss.