A Comparison of Speech Training Methods With Deaf Adolescents: Spectrographic Versus Noninstrumental Instruction
- Teaching vowels to profoundly hearing-impaired speakers using glossometry. Fletcher, Samuel G.; Dagenais, Paul A. // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Aug91, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p943
Presents a study using glossometry in teaching vowels to hearing-impaired speakers. Features of the glossometry system; Pre and postherapy responses; Tongue positions; Comparison between listener identifications and tongue postures.
- Applying research. Ertmer, David J. // ASHA;Summer96, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p44
Discusses the steps in the selection of appropriate speech goals for preschool children in the United States with severe hearing impairments. Absence of prelinguistic skills; Deficit in disyllable production; Techniques to help them become aware of the number of syllables which should be produced.
- events. // Speech & Language Therapy in Practice;Spring2009, p29
A calendar of events related to speech and language therapy for March to September 2009 in Great Britain is presented, which include the Communication Matters National Symposium, National Deaf Children's Society, and Managing Complex Risk in Ethical Dysphagia Management.
- Speech Training for Young Adults Who Are Congenitally Deaf: A Case Study. Plant, Geoff // Volta Review;Winter98, Vol. 100 Issue 1, p5
Describes an approach to speech training which was adopted with an adult suffering from congenital deafness. Improvements manifested by the patient in producing consonants and using words in meaningful sentences; Evidence for the possibility of improving the speech production of skills of young...
- Hearing loss: a potential deterrent to successful rehabilitative therapy. Scott, Jack M. // International Journal of Therapy & Rehabilitation;Dec2009, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p634
The author reflects on the impact of hearing loss on a patient's ability to understand which may prevent successful rehabilitative therapy. The author expresses that hearing loss is a hidden disability which many patients do not recognize that they have the problem. He stresses the need to...
- There's More to It Than the Degree. Gerometta, Jennifer // ASHA Leader;11/2/2004, Vol. 9 Issue 20, p47
Relates the experience of the author on practicing speech-language pathology in New York City. Level of professionalism; Length of service; Awareness on the causes of hearing disorder.
- Effectively Serving Atypical Clients With Hearing Loss. Montgomery, Nancy // ASHA Leader;3/2/2004, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p6
Presents tips in dealing with patients with hearing loss in the U.S. Increase in the number of children with hearing loss and additional disabilities; Statistics from the Gallaudet University citing the increase in the number of children with hearing loss; Need to approach every client...
- Combined gestures and auditory-verbal training for comprehension and production of verbs in deaf children. Zamani, Peyman; Weisi, Farzad; Ravanbakhsh, Majid; Lotfi, Gohar; Rezaei, Mohammad // Indian Journal of Otology;Oct-Dec2016, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p243
Objective: An important factor determining the efficacy of speech therapy for children with severe hearing loss is the type and the method of educating children in the use of speech language items. Given the shortage of golden time for language learning, it is necessary to use efficient speech...
- ESTIMATED MODEL OF MASTERING UKRAINIAN DACTYLOLOGY. KULBIDA, SVITLANA // Defektolohiia;Jul/Aug/Sep2013, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p10
The article continues previous publications about systematic teaching of Ukrainian dactylology. The article deals with the studying of Ukrainian dactylology system based on the ground of the estimated model for finger broadcasting mastering (showing and reading). The author presents teaching...