The SpeECH- Audibility Audiogram for Classroom Listening is based on the Count-the-Dot Audiogram and provides an estimate of percent audibility in quiet and noise for different ranges of hearing loss.
... It is most appropriate to use for flat hearing loss. Can be paired with FLE and audiological evaluation information to inform on the impact of hearing loss for speECH- perception in the classroom. Use described in the free article: S0XTEA0396
This article offers guidelines to be used by parents and professionals to develop a treatment plan for each child with auditory neuropathy/dyssynchrony. The goal of treatment, language development, ca
...n be accomplished through a variety of methods.
This study examined PS-ychoeducational outcomes of age-matched grouPS- of children with minimal hearing loss. Supports early identification of hearing loss and the need for academic and social support
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