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Learning to Hear Again (second edition)
A Curriculum manual for audiologists and speech pathologists providing
rehabilitation services for patients with hearing impairment.

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Authors: Donna S. Wayner, Ph.D.
Judy Abrahamson, M.A.

The curriculum manual is designed to assist audiologists and speech-language pathologists in providing rehabilitation and education for their patients with hearing impairment. The lesson plans clearly guide the clinician in preparing for and conducting audiologic rehabilitation classes. They provide:
1) specific activities and instructions to be used in class,
2) printed camera-ready materials for duplication and distribution to patients.

Published in three-ring binder format, Learning To Hear Again also provides additional camera-ready documents with information covering a variety of topics related to hearing aid use, assistive devices and audiologic rehabilitation. Annual updates are planned. The methods and materials in this 256-page publication have been used successfully by the authors in individual and group private practice.

Individually bound copies of Better Communication and Hearing Aids: A Guide to Hearing Aid Use may be purchased separately.

ISBN: 0-9664780-5-3           Available in printed version or CD-ROM

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