12 edition of Hearing Loss (Baldwin, Carol, Health Matters.) found in the catalog.
Written in English
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The following children's books on hearing loss are suitable for kids who are ages 9 through Buttons: The Dog Who Was More Than a Friend by Linda Yeatman is the story of a Buttons, a puppy that bonds with a deaf boy named Phillip and Phillip's family. Max and His Hearing Aids is a children’s book that provides better understanding to children and parents when they discover their child has a hearing loss. Written for a preschool audience, Max and His Hearing Aids invites readers to discover the joy and benefits of hearing aids.
The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) is a tax-exempt, charitable organization and is eligible to receive tax deductible contributions under the IRS Code (c)(3). Mention of products or services on this website does not imply . This category offers books and DVDs for people who want to learn more about hearing loss either for themselves or a family member, living with hearing loss, medical issues like tinnitus and Meniere's Disease and more. Approximately 36 million American adults report some degree of hearing loss%(1).
Regardless of the type of hearing loss you are suffering, like results of loud noises, or age-related hearing loss, this e-book will give you a comprehensive plan to reverse your hearing loss. Restore my hearing review – main manual. Basically, the e-book emphasizes on the root cause of hearing loss. Jane from Bainbridge Island, Washington. "Living with Hearing Loss suggests strategies for dealing with everyday situations and emergencies. Chapters on speechreading, oral interpreters, assertive communication, and tips for improving communication will enable hard of hearing people to adapt and cope with most situations at work, at home, and while traveling.
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Books about Hearing Loss This is a selection of the best fiction and non-fiction books about hearing loss and hearing impairment - brought to you by the National Hearing Test. Use these books if you or someone you know is experiencing hearing loss and you need help coping, they need help coping, or you simply want to be better informed on the.
Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 2, results for Books: "hearing loss books" Skip to main search results. In this book, a girl has a hearing loss at the age of 4 from meningitis.
She used FM systems to restore the hearing disability. Wonder (By- Raquel J. Palacio) In this book, August Pullman suffering from facial deformity and deafness because of Treacher-Collins Syndrome.
Hearing Loss: Causes, Prevention, and Hearing Loss book covers hearing loss, causes and prevention, treatments, and future directions in the field, also looking at the cognitive problems that can develop.
To avoid the “silent epidemic” of hearing loss, it is necessary to promote early screening, use hearing protection, and change public attitudes. Covering all aspects of the anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing loss, this Fourth Edition offers new information on current diagnostic technologies, the.
Here are some of our current favorite books that we think are particularly good for children with a hearing loss: “Bessie Needs Hearing Aids,” by Jenna Harmke “Bessie Needs Hearing Aids,” is a story that a teenager wrote about her own experiences as a child with hearing : Lucie Herridge.
Description Hearing Loss: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment covers hearing loss, causes and prevention, treatments, and future directions in the field, also looking at. Low prevalence of hearing aid use among older adults with hearing loss: The Epidemiology of Hearing Loss Study.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 46(9), [ PubMed: ]. Books to Teach Children About Hearing Loss Freddie and the Fairy by Julia Donaldson One of my favorite Halloween stories is Room on the Broom with its rhyming tale of a witch who drops her belongings along her journey and ends up picking up a few friends along the way.
To determine whether your hearing loss meets the air and bone conduction criteria in A, we will average your air and bone conduction hearing thresholds at, and Hertz (Hz). If you do not have a response at a particular frequency, we will use.
What a fantastic list!. Many are in my library. As a Speech-Language Pathologist who works with individuals with hearing loss, I wrote the book "Harmony Hears A Hoot" about a young owl with hearing loss and her day at school.
I think it would be a nice edition to this list. Check it out at or on Amazon. Thanks!Reviews: New Book: Life After Deaf On a spring night inNoel Holston, a storyteller, songwriter and Pulitzer-nominated journalist, went to bed with reasonably intact hearing.
Katherine Bouton’s Living Better With Hearing Loss is one such book. It is a treasure trove of detailed information on the ins and outs of hearing aids, hearing loops, cochlear implants, tips for traveling with hearing loss, tips for coping with hearing loss on the job, and even with dating.
Subtitled My Misadventures in Hearing Loss and Recovery, this hearing loss book is a saga of author Noel Holston’s sudden deafness, misdiagnoses, surgeries, and eventual hearing restoration.
Together, he and his wife weather the challenges and frustrations with humor and hope. This book shows that you can do just about anything with hearing loss—even manage a band whose music you can’t hear.
In the case of teenage main character Piper, it’s her high school’s popular rock band Dumb, with five unique and challenging members. It’s a story about confidence, humor, and self-discovery. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has a guide known as the Blue Book (Disability Evaluation Under Social Security) that lists the requirements necessary for major disabilities such as hearing loss to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
Down to earth hearing loss information is what you will find in this book. I have a hearing loss and love this book as a reference in my library.
Always a good resource, I refer this to my friends, family and community so that those who don't want to admit they can't hear but need to know how to live with it and succeed - this is the place to by: 8. In an upcoming book by Harry G. Lang, a former professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf, it’s revealed how.
Occupational hearing loss is one of the most common work-related illnesses in the United States. Each year, about 22 million external icon U.S. workers are exposed to hazardous noise levels at work.
Over 30 million external icon U.S. workers are exposed to chemicals, some of which are harmful to the ear (ototoxic) and hazardous to hearing. In addition to damaging workers’ quality of life.
The book concludes with a section that allows the child to draw a picture of himself or herself and to list the ways he or she can be the “boss of the hearing loss.” This gives the child the opportunity to express feelings, and opens the door for discussion and encouragement.
Dr. Dillon is a sought-after speaker and instructor throughout the world. Some of the benefits of this acclaimed text: COMPREHENSIVE--From basic concepts of hearing loss, hearing aid software and hardware, to assessment guidelines and results-oriented counseling methods, the book covers it all!4/5(3).
Hearing loss is no fun. It’s a scary prospect looming on many of our horizons. The World Health Organization estimates that billion people between the ages of 12 and 35 are at risk of future hearing loss, and 15% of American adults ( million) report some kind of hearing loss.
With such a massive influence, you’d think perhaps we’d figured out a way to reverse or cure this issue. Update on Hearing Loss encompasses both the theoretical background on the different forms of hearing loss and a detailed knowledge on state-of-the-art treatment for hearing loss, written for clinicians by specialists and researchers.
Realizing the complexity of hearing loss has highlighted the importance of interdisciplinary research. Therefore, all the authors contributing to this book were Cited by: 1.