Learning to Hear Again With a Cochlear Implant

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Learning to Hear Again With a Cochlear Implant

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This curriculum manual is designed to assist audiologists and speech-language pathologists in providing rehabilitation and education for their patients with cochlear implants. The lesson plans clearly guide the clinician in preparing for and conducting audiologic rehabilitation.

They provide specific activities and instructions to be used with individuals or in class and printed camera-ready materials for duplication and distribution to patients.

Published in three-ring binder format, Learning to Hear Again with a Cochlear Implant also provides additional camera-ready documents with information covering a variety of topics related to communication skills, assistive devices and audiologic rehabilitation. The methods and materials in this 346-page publication have been used successfully by the authors in individual and group audiologic rehabilitation session in hospital-based programs and private practice. Audiologic rehab resource

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Product Information

Item #(s): 0112785
Client Age: All Ages
Format(s): Books
Language: English
Author: Donna S. Wayner, PhD, Judy E. Abrahamson, MA, June Casterton, SFP, MA
Publisher: Hear Again