I Can't Hear You in the Dark: How to Learn and Teach Lipreading
This exceptional guide evolved over a period of thirteen years while the author was teaching lipreading to adults and adolescents throughout the greater Phoenix area. She has successfully used the lessons, guidelines, and teaching aids provided in her book with people who are hard of hearing or deaf ranging in ages from their early teens to their 90s. This practical as well as versatile guide can be easily adapted to a wide variety of personal situations for people experiencing hearing loss. It may be used effectively by individuals studying on their own, by teach-and-learn groups, and by individuals or groups working with an instructor. It is also designed to be used by teachers, audiologists, and other concerned professionals working in the field of hearing impairment. The lessons, guidelines, and teaching aids are presented in a step-by-step format and are ready-to-use.
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