This is the first book to provide a global non-device-specific overview of service delivery and rehabilitation strategies for cochlear implant users. The contributors to the book have experience with most of the commercially available devices and several experimental ones. There are approaches from 17 different clinics representing four continents, 13 different countries and eight different languages. The number of patients seen by these teams totals more than 3000, or about one fifth of those currently using cochlear implants worldwide.The manual also provides important tips about how to be a better speechreader and how to incorporate listening ... Participants take home a computer training station, consisting of a personal computer, a laser videodisc player, a displayAouch screen unit and a small Sony Boom Box ... may have, and to ask specific questions about the programme and how it is affecting daily communication interactions.
|Title||:||Cochlear implant rehabilitation in children and adults|
|Author||:||Dianne J. Allum|
|Publisher||:||Singular Pub Group - 1996|