School Professionals Working With Children With Cochlear Implants

Un libro in lingua di Chute Patricia M. Nevins Mary Ellen edito da Plural Pub Inc, 2006

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Chute (health professions, Mercy College, New York) and consultant Nevins (formerly communications disorders, Kean U.), both dedicated cochlear implant (CI) advocates, speak to educators and other professionals working with children who have received cochlear implant surgery. They describe the 15 years in which the implants have been approved by the FDA, the zone of CI performance, characteristics of educational programs that support CI children, building collaborative teams of educators, the mapping process in CIs, developing auditory skills, clear speech, auditory access and literacy development, supporting communication with sign, dealing with other cultural or disability issues alongside CIs, dealing with environmental acoustic issues, and working with social issues related to CIs. They include resources and a sample daily log. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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