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From Listening to Language: Comprehensive Intervention to Maximize Learning for Children and Adults with Hearing Loss

From Listening to Language: Comprehensive Intervention to Maximize Learning for Children and Adults with Hearing Loss

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A unique resource for helping children and adults with hearing loss develop listening and spoken language as the foundation for cognition, literacy, and educational advancement

Substantial neurobiological evidence indicates hearing is the most effective sensory modality for developing spoken language and cognition. From Listening to Language:: Comprehensive Intervention to Maximize Learning for Children and Adults with Hearing Loss, edited by renowned clinicians Jane R. Madell and Joan G. Hewitt, features contributions from a distinguished group of experts. The text focuses on evidence-based practice to maximize the learning potential of children with hearing loss by nurturing the auditory brain development necessary to help them learn to listen and talk, as well as helping adults build stronger listening skills.

Six sections and 22 chapters cover the spectrum of comprehensive listening and spoken language intervention for all age groups (including adults) and for the professionals working with them. Topics include literacy, executive function, bilingualism, dual diagnoses, educational support, changes in auditory access, red flags for auditory development, music therapy, telepractice, and intervention with adults. In-depth discussions of the stages of speech and language development for the diverse population of children with hearing loss assist new and experienced clinicians develop effective therapeutic and educational plans and encourage caregivers to become effective partners in their childrens progress.

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  • Reader-friendly chapters with summaries, key points, pearls, and pitfalls facilitate learning
  • Case studies assist clinicians in applying chapter information
  • A wealth of LSL resources, assessments, charts, suggested readings, websites, and more provide the opportunity to expand knowledge
  • Videos offer examples of hearing evaluation of infants and young children and speech perception testing, including demonstrations of the LMH (Ling-Madell-Hewitt) Test Battery.

This is an essential textbook for graduate courses in audiology, speech-language pathology, early intervention, and deaf education, and an invaluable resource for new and experienced professionals and the caregivers with whom they work.

This print book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https:://medone.thieme.com.

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Georg Thieme

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  • Section I: Creating a Firm Foundation
    1 The Basics: Framing the Foundation
    2 Audiology: Building the Foundation
    3 Speech Acoustics: Strengthening the Foundation
    Section II: Framing a Strong Structure
    4 Empathy: Changing the Culture of Communication
    5 The Parent as a Critical Team Member: Creating a Partnership for Learning
    6 Evaluation of Speech, Language, and Listening in Children with Hearing Loss: Knowing the Level at Which Children Are Functioning
    Section III: Building the First Floor
    7 Babies and Beginners: Starting with Nothing and Building up to Words
    8 Toddler-Type Language: Putting Words Together and Moving up to Simple Sentences
    9 Preschoolers and More Proficient Communicators: Using Complex Language to Communicate and Think
    10 Auditory-Verbal Strategies to Build Listening and Spoken Language Skills
    11 Late to the Party: When Children Come Late to Listening and Spoken Language Therapy
    Section IV: Adding the Second Floor
    12 Executive Function Therapy Integrated into Auditory-Verbal Practice
    13 The Auditory-Verbal Approach and Literacy
    14 Dual Language Assessment and Intervention for Children with Hearing Loss
    15 Children with Special Needs and Additional Disabilities
    16 Supporting Learners Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (DHH) in the Educational Setting
    Section V: Completing the Structure
    17 Addressing Changes in Auditory Access
    18 Red Flags: Identifying and Managing Barriers to the Childs Optimal Auditory Development
    19 Music, Listening, and All That Jazz
    20 Telepractice for Children with Hearing Loss
    21 Working with Adults
    Section VI: Storing Treasures in the Attic
    22 Resources

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