Cochlear implants for young children: the Nottingham approach to assessment and rehabilitation
This book includes contributions from one of the most experienced and well known paediatric cochlear implant teams in the world. It covers the entire spectrum of care from initial referral through to monitoring long term progress. Contributions come from teachers, speech and language therapists, surgeons, scientists and from parents of implanted children. Detailed accounts of assessment and habilitation techniques and procedures will appeal to experienced practitioners and to students.
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