Communication disorders in aging

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Sage Publications, 1989 - Medical - 195 pages
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This book concentrates not only on the various communication disorders primarily affecting older adults, but also upon aspects of ageing that have an impact on caring services and strategies. The topics covered are those described by professionals who provide services to the communicatively impaired elderly as those most critical for both practising professionals and students who are preparing to serve the growing population of ageing persons.

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About the author (1989)

Professor of Communicative Disorders and Sciences, Audiology, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas. An ASHA Fellow since 1978, and Fellow of AAA, he holds dual certification in audiology and speech-language pathology. Dr. Hulls awards include Distinguished Scholar, University of Northern Colorado; Distinguished Pioneer In Gerontology by the Colorado Gerontological Society; the U.S. Public Health Service Award; the Red River Award by the Winnepeg, Manitoba League for the Hard of Hearing; Emery Lindquist Faculty Award; among others. He serves as consultant and advisor to most Federal agencies that support programs in communication disorders. He is author of Hearing In Aging, published by Singular Thomson Learning.

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