A Practical Guide to Quality Interaction with Children who Have a Hearing Loss
Designed as a hands-on concise reference, this new book covers the full range of topics involved with providing the best care for children with hearing loss or impairment. Focus is on the needs of the children themselves and the complexities of dealing with the young age groups, as well as the role of the clinicians and the families.
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Hearing as the Basis of Development
Factors That Detract From the Use of Hearing
Laying the Foundations of Language Through Daily Living
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