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Introduction to Auditory Rehabilitation: A Contemporary Issues Approach, 1st edition

  • Carole E. Johnson

Published by Pearson (July 28th 2011) - Copyright © 2012

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SECTION I: FOUNDATIONS FOR AUDITORY REHABILITATION

 

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO AUDITORY REHABILITATION

INTRODUCTION

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

DEFINING AUDITORY REHABILITATION

PROVIDERS OF AUDITORY REHABILITATION ACROSS SERVICE-DELIVERY SITES

REVIEW OF THE AUDIOGRAM

Degree of Hearing Loss

Type of hearing Loss

Configuration of Hearing Loss

Pure-tone Averages and Speech Audiometry

EFFECTS OF HEARING LOSS

Age of Onset

Effects of Degree of Hearing Loss

A Model for Describing the Effects of Hearing Loss

A MODEL FOR AUDITORY REHABILITATION

OTHER AREAS OF AUDITORY REHABILITATION

Auditory Processing Disorders

Tinnitus and Hyperacusis

Vestibular and Balance Disorders

CHAPTER SUMMARY

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

 

CHAPTER 2: PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF HEARING IMPAIRMENT

INTRODUCTION

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

PSYCHOSOCIAL EFFECTS OF HEARING LOSS

Hearing Loss and Personality Development

Congenital Hearing Loss

Acquired Hearing Loss in Middle-Age and Beyond

Hearing Loss and Hearing Aid Stigma

Early Studies

Later Studies

COUNSELING

General Types of Counseling

Examples of Counseling Techniques

DEALING WITH RESISTANCE

CHAPTER SUMMARY

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

 

CHAPTER 3: MULTICULTURAL ISSUES IN AUDITORY REHABILITATION

INTRODUCTION

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

DEVELOPING CROSS CULTURAL COMPETENCE

Developing Cross-cultural Competence with the Deaf community

Developing Cross-cultural Competence with Racial and Ethnic Minorities

MULTICULTURALISM AND AUDITORY REHABILITATION

Patient Profiles

Access to Hearing Healthcare Services

Differential Effects of Hearing Impairment on Quality of Life

Cultural and Linguistic Appropriateness of Materials

Attitudes Toward Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids

International, Generational, and Gender Issues

TOWARD CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN AUDITORY REHABILITATION

Use of Interpreters

Challenging Western Expectations

CHAPTER SUMMARY

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

 

CHAPTER 4: PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN AUDITORY REHABILITATION

INTRODUCTION

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

DEVELOPING CROSS-PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE

DEVELOPING CLINICAL COMPETENCE

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

CONTEMPORAR

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