Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation: Third Edition

Raymond H. Hull
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Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation: Serving Children and Adults with Hearing Loss

THIRD EDITION

Raymond H. Hull

Details: 513 pages, 2-Color, Softcover, 7" x 10"

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-114-8

Release Date: 3/06/2019

 

Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation, Third Edition provides comprehensive preparation for future audiology and speech-language pathology professionals to serve children and adults with hearing loss. The information is presented in a logical and readable sequence by first introducing the nature of aural rehabilitation, and then discussing considerations for children, adults, and older adults with impaired hearing.

This thoroughly updated third edition includes the latest research and findings for each chapter topic: from hearing aid technology, non-hearing aid assistive technology, cochlear implant surgery and benefits, to techniques in speech and language development on behalf of children with impaired hearing and techniques for adult aural rehabilitation. Each chapter is authored by internationally recognized authorities on the topics of working with those with impaired hearing, hearing aids for children and adults, the influence of hearing impairment on communication, family counseling, educational management, cochlear implantation, and many others.

Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation highlights the most important clinical and practical aspects of providing aural rehabilitation services, while avoiding the technical detail of theoretical texts.

Key Features

  • Contributions from more than 15 experts in the field of aural rehabilitation
  • Chapter outlines begin each chapter and highlight key topics
  • 15+ appendices with materials and scales for communication assessments

New to the Third Edition

  • All chapters have been significantly revised, including updated and expanded references
  • The latest information on cochlear implantation for children, surgical procedures and benefits, hearing aids, and non-hearing aid assistive listening devices
  • Updated end-of-chapter study questions 
  • Access to a PluralPlus companion website with PowerPoint lecture slides for each chapter provided to assist instructors in their teaching of the material

Reviews

"This book is appropriate for students in audiology and speech-language pathology at the undergraduate and graduate levels. It offers expert contributors for many chapters with the author contributing half of the chapters.
The book is divided into four parts: the nature of aural rehabilitation; aural (re) habilitation for children, aural rehabilitation for adults; and aural rehabilitation for older adults. Each chapter offers a listing of topics. Questions at the end of each chapter allow students to check their understanding, although answers are not provided. The blue headings used throughout the book are appealing and surprisingly helpful for navigation."
—Lori J. Newport, BA, MA, AuD (Biola University), in Doody's Reviews (August 2019)