Rehabilitative Audiology: Children and Adults balances theory with practical applications that demonstrate how rehabilitative principles work in the clinical setting. Completely revised, the Third Edition of this popular text offers a large number of tables, appendices, and illustrations making the material easier to learn and retain. The content is organized to highlight various areas of concern, and new advancements in cochlear implants and assistive devices are included to help your patients get the most out of the newest technologies. Special needs of children, early identification of hearing loss, assessment and intervention with pre-school and school-age children, and management of hearing problems in the educational setting are covered in detail.Word identification: this test is designed to determine whether children identify words on the basis of intensity patterns or ... The test requires the child to identify another one-syllable word each time it is presented among two-syllable foils.
|Author||:||Jerome G. Alpiner, Patricia A. McCarthy|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2000|