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ERIC Number: ED012133
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
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THE HARD OF HEARING. PRENTICE-HALL FOUNDATIONS OF SPEECH PATHOLOGY SERIES.
O'NEILL, JOHN J.
BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT TESTING, DIAGNOSING, AND REHABILITATING THE HARD OF HEARING IS OFFERED IN THIS INTRODUCTORY TEXT. THE PHYSICS OF SOUND, AUDITORY THEORY, ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY OF THE EAR, AND DIAGNOSTIC ROUTINES ARE DISCUSSED. A CHAPTER ON AURAL REHABILITATION INCLUDES AN OVERVIEW OF LIPREADING AND AUDITORY TRAINING TECHNIQUES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN. THE PERSONALITIES, ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT POTENTIALS, AND ABILITIES OF THE HARD OF HEARING TO LEARN SPEECH AND LANGUAGE ARE TREATED. GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE PRINCIPLES OF HEARING CONSERVATION AND PREVENTION OF HANDICAP FROM HEARING LOSS IS PRESENTED. INCLUDED IS INFORMATION ON REFERRAL SOURCES FOR DIAGNOSIS AND REHABILITATION. THIS DOCUMENT WAS PUBLISHED BY PRENTICE-HALL, INC., ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NEW JERSEY, 146 PAGES, $4.95. (DN)
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