Oralism still means the same thing today as it did back in the 1900s. It means to teach the Deaf how to speak. As GrendelQ said, her daughter didn't need to be taught how to speak for she's learning it naturally. So, she's not subjected to it.
Oralism is directed to those who do not have enough hearing, with or without auditory devices, to acquire speech, in part or full, on their own. And USUALLY, not always, this approach includes keeping the deaf child apart from non-oral Deafs and deaf community. It fails to address their psychosocial needs. Journey into the Deaf World explains this very well.