Fitting and Dispensing Hearing AIDS
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Description: This introductory textbook is written for undergraduate students in audiology, speech pathologists working with hearing impaired adults, audiology assistants, and prospective hearing instrument specialists studying to obtain their state license. It also is an excellent introduction for Au.D. students or practicing audiologists just beginning work with hearing aid dispensing.This extremely practical and engaging book logically takes the reader from beginning to end of the entire hearing aid selection and fitting process. The chapters sequentially provide the reader with the essential knowledge needed to fit modern hearing aids, along with links to handy websites for further study and reference.The authors, who both are experienced in the day-to-day fitting of hearing aids, and have taught hundreds of students with a variety of backgrounds, provide a consistent overview of the fundamentals of the entire hearing aid selection process. The chapters provide step-by-step guidelines covering both the art and science of hearing aid fitting.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $69.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Plural Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/25/2011
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.25" long x 1.00" tall
Professor Brian Taylor is course director for the MSc in Professional Development in Social Work at the University of Ulster.. Brian had a lead role in contributing to the development of a new post qualifying education and training framework for social work in Northern Ireland (2005-07) and the development of new programmes in partnership with all major employers of social workers. His major area of research is decision-making in social work as well as evidence based practice. He is editor of Working with Agression and Resistance in Social Work.
|Basic Psychology of Hearing Loss in Adults|
|Acoustics at the Speed of Sound|
|Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the Ear|
|Measurement of Hearing|
|Hearing Disorders and Audiogram Interpretation|
|The Hearing Aid Selection Process|
|All About Style: Hearing Aids and Earmolds|
|Hearing Aids: How They Work!|
|Advanced Hearing Aid Features|
|Hearing Aid Fitting Procedures|
|Outcome Assessments and Postfitting Issues|
|ï¿½Sellingï¿½ Hearing Aids: It's Not a Bad Thing!|