This book is a good and comprehensive guide to rehabilitation however it is boring and the layout is very unappealing i am the type of person who considers a lot of the book content to be common sense and i lose interest when reading it. Written for studen ts in aural rehabilitation courses the fourth edition combines previo usly separated chapters with updates throughout for a more cohesive tr eatment of aural rehabilitation practices with children through older adults. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. Special features explores rehabilitation the idea of hearing handicap a psychosocial and economic profile of the hearing impaired and deaf and hearing aids and amplification systems focuses on the hearing impaired child and discusses family counseling amplification and hearing language speech and educational skill development of children discusses improving communication for adults . Consideration for the use and orientation to hearing aids for older adults raymond h hull ch 21 techniques for aural rehabilitation for aging adults who are hearing impaired raymond h hull ch 22 special considerations in aural rehabilitation for older adults in health care facilities raymond h hull ch 23
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