Practical Audiology for Speech and Language Therapy Work

  • ID: 2222956
  • Book
  • 300 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Emphasis is given to practical skills such as the ability to interpret audiograms to support therapy and referral decisions, and the subjective checking and troubleshooting of hearing aids. Symbols and terms appropriate to UK, Australian and USA clinicians are given throughout.
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Sound and Hearing, Janet Doyle.

Forms of Hearing Difficulty, Janet Doyle.

Forms of Hearing Assessment, Janet Doyle.

Screening of Hearing and middle–ear Function, Janet Doyle.

Audiograms and Their Interpretation, Janet Doyle.

Hearing Aids, Assistive Listening Devices, Tactile Aids and Cochlear implants, Janet Doyle and Christopher Lind.

Speech Reading, John Bench et Al..

Central Auditory Processing Disorder, John Bench.

Integrataion, Janet Doyle.

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