Call Number: Community Health Education Ctr General Collection RF290 .B872 2015
Publication Date: 2015-03-24
The best advice for those with hearing loss, from a leading audiologist and from patients with personal experience Where can the most accurate and helpful information about hearing loss be found? From a friend or relative who has impaired hearing? From an experienced audiologist? Both, says the author of this essential book! In an unusual new approach, audiologist John M. Burkey offers not only specific and up-to-date information based on his own extensive experience with patients, but also useful, first-hand advice from those patients themselves. The Hearing-Loss Guide presents clear, basic facts on hearing impairment and treatments, followed by candid personal recommendations from people who are coping successfully with hearing difficulties. For anyone confronting hearing loss, for family members and friends, and for others who work alongside or care for a person with a hearing impairment, this book is a must-read. Inside The Hearing-Loss Guide: #65533; Specific practical advice from patients and family members for coping with hearing loss #65533; A professional audiologist's clear explanations of hearing loss, current treatments, hearing aids, and other devices #65533; Helpful suggestions for friends, co-workers, and caretakers of persons with hearing difficulties
Call Number: Community Health Education Ctr General Collection RF291.5.C45 H49 2010
Publication Date: 2010-04-27
Speech-language pathologist Lois Heymann creates a guide for parents to improve listening skills of their children. The Sound of Hope provides tools and checklists needed to assist parents in recognizing auditory processing disorders and suggestions on how to improve a child’s listening skills.
Call Number: Community Health Education Ctr General Collection RF290 .F55 2015
Publication Date: 2015-10-08
Childhood hearing loss is more common than most people assume, and yet this invisible condition can rob a child of the ability to develop close emotional relationships with family and friends. This book demystifies this condition and offers emotionally-supportive approaches to caring for the child and the whole family. It is written from the perspective of a pediatric audiologist who has diagnosed hearing loss in hundreds of newborns and young children, and who has shaped clinical best-practices during his career. Hearing loss is not an "all or nothing" condition, but a range from very subtle, slight challenges, to very little ability to hear. The impact that hearing loss can have on a child's language, intellectual, social and emotional development is enormous. But when the team of healthcare providers, developmental specialists, and parents are all working together, the hearing loss can become just another trait of this wonderful, unique child, rather than the single condition that defines the child and the family's experience raising that child. This book offers an explanation of "what is hearing loss" for parents, describes who is on the team working with the child (and team members' roles), and practical guidance for navigating what can be an uncertain path for families. Any family living with a child with hearing loss will benefit from the gentle guidance and hopeful stories found in this work.