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Auditory (Re)Habilitation for Adolescents with Hearing Loss


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AcknowledgementsChapter 1. Introduction to Auditory (Re)habilitation for AdolescentsChapter 2. Developmental Considerations Fundamental to Understanding Adolescents with Hearing LossChapter 3. Theories, Philosophies, and Perspectives Underpinning Auditory (Re)habilitation for AdolescentsChapter 4. Auditory (Re)habilitation Framework and Pedagogical PracticesChapter 5. Audiological Management for Adolescents with Hearing LossChapter 6. Adolescent Spoken CommunicationChapter 7. Communication Assessment in Adolescent Auditory (Re)habilitationChapter 8. Literacy and Auditory (Re)habilitationChapter 9. Auditory-based Communication SkillsChapter 10. Adolescents with Hearing Loss: Enhancing Learning Potential via Personal ResourcesChapter 11. Strategies For Facilitating Social Communication of Adolescents With Hearing LossChapter 12. Computer-Mediated Communication and Its Importance to Adolescents with Hearing LossChapter 13. Stakeholder Characteristics Influencing the Auditory (Re)habilitation Process For Adolescents With Hearing LossChapter 14. Theory To Practice In Auditory (Re)habilitation For Adolescents: Two Case StudiesReferences

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Jill Duncan is an academic in deaf education and auditory-verbal practice. She has held educational leadership positions in Australia and the United States. Her research focuses on adolescents with hearing loss, their families and practitioners who serve them. She has received many national and international awards for innovation and service in the field of deaf education. Ellen A. Rhoades is an international consultant-lecturer-mentor whose awards include 'Outstanding Auditor-Verbal Clinician of the Year' from Auditory-Verbal International, 'Outstanding Professional of the Year' and 'Outstanding Program of the Year' from AG Bell, and 'Nitchie Award in Human Communications' from the League for the Hard of Hearing. An auditory-verbal therapist for 40+ years, she established and directed four auditory-verbal programs. Due to congenital deafness, she is a bilateral cochlear implantee. Elizabeth M. Fitzpatrick is an associate professor in audiology and auditory-verbal studies at the University of Ottawa. She worked clinically in auditory (re)habilitation and audiology for more than 25 years, holding positions as audiologist, therapist, and manager. Her research and publications cover the spectrum from infants to adults. She holds a Canadian Institutes of Health Research New Investigator Award.

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