Fundamentals of Audiology for the Speech-Language Pathologist

Fundamentals of Audiology for the Speech-Language Pathologist

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Fundamentals of Audiology for the Speech-Language Pathologist is specifically written for the speech-language pathologist working with hearing impaired populations. This helpful text incorporates the expertise of audiologists along with the knowledge and experience of speech-language pathologists and combines the theories and training of both disciplines in order to facilitate the practical application of foundational audiologic information into speech language pathology practice. This comprehensive text also covers the type and degree of hearing loss and the resulting auditory, speech, and language difficulties. The speech-language pathologist (SLP) may find him- or herself working in a wide range of settings, including medical, educational, rehabilitative, and industrial. Regardless of the setting, throughout their career they are quite likely to find themselves working with an individual who is hard of hearing or deaf. It is perhaps even more likely that the SLP will work with multiply impaired individuals with a wide variety of comorbidities, one of which may be hearing loss. Fundamentals of Audiology for the Speech-Language Pathologist will help prepare SLP students and professionals with key knowledge for a wide-range of clinical encounters involving hard of hearing and deaf populations. Fundamentals of Audiology for the Speech-Language Pathologist is consistent with the current education philosophy of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Specifically, it addresses both knowledge and skills by integrating the science and technical aspects of audiology with current habilitative and rehabilitative strategies of the field. Pedagogical features include Chapter Objectives, Key Terms, Chapter Summaries, and Discussion Questions. KEY TOPICS Behavioral and objective auditory screening and assessment, interpretation of results, and treatment considerations Concomitant acoustic, speech, language, and communication effects associated with different types and degrees of hearing impairment The hearing impaired child in the school setting, including description of laws for children with hearing impairment, parental rights, classroom modifications, and troubleshooting techniques for amplification and assistive listening devices A review of the evaluation of speech and language skills in the hearing impaired population and a list of appropriate tools for use by speech-language pathologists to assess these abilities Social emotional and counseling issues ANIMATIONS Sound Traveling Through the Ear Standard Testing Protocol and Procedures Normal Hearing Minimal Hearing Loss Otitis Media Moderate Sensorineural Hearing Loss qCookie Biteq Audiogram Mixed Hearing Loss High Frequency Hearing Loss Profound Hearing Loss Soundfield Testing Pseudohypacusis Instructor Resources: Instructora€™s Manual, PowerPoint Presentations, Test Bank Student Resources: Navigate Companion WebsiteFourth, today the majority of children who are deaf or hard of hearing are using spoken language to communicate and are learning in ... This trend means that many training programs are seeing the need to adjust their models and curriculum. ... skilla€”detection, discrimination, identification, and comprehension a€”at the phoneme level, word level, sentence level, and ... For example, the child may be working on detection of sound over distance, developing his or her ability to identify byanbsp;...

Title:Fundamentals of Audiology for the Speech-Language Pathologist
Author:Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Education Dept of Speech-Language Pathology Seton Hall University South Orange New Jersey Deborah Welling, Deborah R. Welling, Carol A. Ukstins
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2013-10-28


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