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2 edition of hearing loss handbook. found in the catalog.

hearing loss handbook.

Richard Rosenthal

hearing loss handbook.

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Published by St. Martins Press, St James Press in New York, London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL20290000M
ISBN 100900997559


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Understanding the hearing loss is important/5(10). Carmen, a clinical and research audiologist, has been writing consumer books and articles on hearing loss for more than 30 years. In this one-of-a-kind book he has assembled the most distinguished audiologists, scientists and authorities, each seasoned professionals, some who themselves have hearing loss and wear hearing aids/5(5).

This book is written for individuals with hearing loss as well as the entire family. Thereby, it addresses the whole person, not merely one aspect of the Copy Dr. Carmen, a clinical and research audiologist, has been writing consumer books and articles on hearing loss for more than 30 years/5(5).

This book is written for the consumer who has suffered hearing loss caused from noise. Many of the chapters have clear strategies that can be implemented to reduce the effects of noise when it cannot be avoided two most common causes of hearing loss are presbycusis (hearing loss associated with aging) and noise exposure.5/5(1).

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Le Prell (Editor), Donald Henderson (Editor), Richard R. Fay (Editor), Arthur N. Popper (Editor) & 1 more5/5(1). I purchased this e-book as research for a healthcare e-learning course I'm building on Caring for People with Hearing Loss and found the content very informative and well-written.

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CRITIQUE: This book is intended for the consumer of hearing health care rather than the professional. It might be useful for an introductory counseling or aural rehabilitation class. The strength of this book is the amount of information dedicated to the emotional impact that hearing loss can have on the individual and on significant others.

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