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Children with hearing loss : developing listening and talking : birth to six

Author: Elizabeth Bingham Cole; Carol Ann Flexer
Publisher: San Diego, California ; Abingdon, England : Plural Publishing, Inc., 2011. ©2011
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Intended for graduate level training programs for professionals who work with children who have hearing loss and their families (teachers, therapists, speech-language pathologists, and audiologists), this book provides a framework for the skills and knowledge necessary to help parents promote listening and spoken language development.
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Cole, Elizabeth Bingham.
Children with hearing loss : developing listening and talking : birth to six.
San Diego, California ; Abingdon, England : Plural Publishing, Inc., ©2011
xi, 434 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Bingham Cole; Carol Ann Flexer
ISBN: 9781597565882 1597565881
OCLC Number: 891398739
Description: 1 online resource (457 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Neurological Foundations of Listening and Talking; Key Points Presented in the Chapter; Introduction; Typical Infants: Listening and Language Development; Auditory Neural Development; New Context for the Word Deaf; Hearing Versus Listening; A Model of Hearing Loss: The Invisible Acoustic Filter Effect; Summary: The Question That Drives Technological and Intervention Recommendations; Chapter 2. The Auditory System; Key Points Presented in the Chapter; The Nature of Sound; Unconscious Function; Signal Warning Function; Spoken Communication Function. AcousticsAudibility versus Intelligibility of Speech; The Ling 6-7 Sound Test:Acoustic Basis and Description; Ear Mechanisms; Data Input Analogy; Outer and Middle Ear; Inner Ear to the Brain; Chapter 3. Hearing and Hearing Loss in Infants and Children; Key Points Presented in the Chapter; Introduction; Classifications; Degree (Severity)-Minimal to Profound; Timing-Congenital or Acquired; General Causes-Endogenous, Exogenous, or Multifactorial; Genetics, Syndromes, and Dysplasias; Connexin 26; Syndromes; Inner Ear Dysplasias; Medical Aspects of Hearing Loss. Conductive Pathologies and Hearing LossSensorineural Pathologies and Hearing Loss; Mixed, Progressive, Functional, and Central Hearing Losses; Synergistic and Multifactorial Effects; Auditory Neuropathy/Dyssynchrony (AN/AD); Summary; Chapter 4. Diagnosing Hearing Loss; Key Points Presented in the Chapter; Introduction; Newborn Hearing Screening and EHDI Programs; Test Equipment and Test Environment; Audiologic Diagnostic Assessment of Infants and Children; Test Protocols; Pediatric Behavioral Tests: BOA, VRA, CPA, Speech Perception Testing. Electrophysiologic Tests: OAE, ABR/ASSR, and ImmittanceThe Audiogram; Configuration (Pattern) of Thresholds on the Audiogram; Formulating a Differential Diagnosis; Sensory Deprivation; Ambiguity of Hearing Loss; Measuring Distance Hearing; Summary; Chapter 5. Hearing Aids, Cochlear Implants, and FM Systems; Key Points Presented in the Chapter; Introduction; For Intervention, First Things First: Optimize Detection of the Complete Acoustic Spectrum; Listening and Learning Environments; Distance Hearing/Incidental Learning and S/N Ratio; ANSI S12.6-2002 Acoustical Guidelines. Talker and Listener Physical PositioningAmplification; Hearing Aids /Hearing Instruments; Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (Baha); Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs): Personal-Worn FM and Sound Field FM and IR (Classroom Amplification) Systems; Wireless Connectivity; Cochlear Implants; Measuring Efficacy of Fitting and Use of Technology; Equipment Efficacy for the School System; Conclusion; Chapter 6. Intervention Issues; Key Points Presented in the Chapter; Basic Premises; Differentiating Dimensions Among Intervention Programs; Challenges to the Process of Learning Spoken Language.
Responsibility: Elizabeth Cole, Carol Flexer.

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Sarah Holden, M.S., George Washington University, Doody's Review Service, (February 2011): "Topics range from neurological foundations of listening, the auditory system, and diagnosis of hearing loss Read more...

 
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