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Aural rehabilitation : serving children and adults /
edited by Raymond H. Hull.
edition
4th ed.
imprint
San Diego : Singular/Thomson Learning, c2001.
description
xii, 543 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0769301274 (alk. paper), 9780769301273 (alk. paper)
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San Diego : Singular/Thomson Learning, c2001.
isbn
0769301274 (alk. paper)
9780769301273 (alk. paper)
catalogue key
11294772
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Prefacep. ix
Contributorsp. xi
Introduction to Aural Rehabilitationp. 1
What is Aural Rehabilitation?p. 3
Introduction to the Handicap of Hearing Impairmentp. 21
A Psychosocial, Educational, and Economic Profile, and Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling for the Hearing Impaired and Deafp. 41
Introduction to Hearing Aids and Amplification Systemsp. 59
Aural Habilitation: Children who are Hearing Impairedp. 77
Family Involvement and Counseling in Serving Children Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 79
Considerations and Strategies for Amplification for Children Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 97
Development of Auditory Skills in Children Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 115
Language Development for Children Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 129
Speech Development for Children Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 145
Education Management of Children Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 169
Aural Rehabilitation: Adults Who are Hearing Impairedp. 187
Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation for Adults: History, Theory, and Applicationp. 189
Counseling Adults Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 207
Hearing Aid Orientation for Adults Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 227
Assistive Listening Devices and Systems for Adults Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 243
Speech Conservation for Adults Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 269
Considerations for the Older Adult Clientp. 293
Who are These Aging Persons?p. 295
Hearing Loss in Older Adulthoodp. 311
The Impact of Hearing Loss on Older Personsp. 347
Counseling the Older Adult Who is Hearing Impairedp. 361
Consideration for the Use and Orientation to Hearing Aids for Older Adultsp. 373
Techniques for Aural Rehabilitation for Aging Adults Who Are Hearing Impairedp. 393
Special Considerations in Aural Rehabilitation for Older Adults in Health Care Facilitiesp. 425
Evaluation in the Aural Rehabilitation Processp. 447
Evaluation in Aural Rehabilitation Treatment for Adults Who are Hearing Impairedp. 449
Materials and Scales for Assessment of Communication for the Hearing Impairedp. 469
CID Everyday Sentencesp. 471
The Denver Scale Quick Testp. 475
The WSU Sentence Test of Speechreading Abilityp. 477
Hearing Handicap Scalep. 479
The Denver Scale of Communication Functionp. 481
Test of Actual Performancep. 485
The Hearing Measurement Scalep. 487
Profile Questionnaire for Rating Communicative Performance in a Home and Social Environmentp. 491
The Denver Scale of Communication Function for Senior Citizens Living in Retirement Centersp. 497
Wichita State University (WSU) Communication Appraisal and Priorities Profile (CAPP)p. 501
The Hearing Handicap Inventory for the Elderlyp. 505
The Communication Profile for the Hearing Impairedp. 509
Communication Skill Scalep. 515
Indexp. 527
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