Listening Effort and Fatigue in School-Age Children With and Without Hearing Loss
- Cochlear Implants in Young Children: Informed Consent as a Process and Current Practices. Berg, Abbey L.; Ip, Suzie Catherine; Hurst, Marsha; Herb, Alice // American Journal of Audiology;Jun2007, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p13
Purpose: This study examined the types of information that pediatric cochlear implant (PCI) centers and teams provide to parents of deaf children and the extent to which the informed consent process extends beyond medical issues to include social and cultural aspects. A second purpose was to...
- SOME PROBLEMS CONFRONTING CHILDREN WITH DEAFNESS. Frisina, D. Robert // Exceptional Children;Oct1959, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p94
The article presents some problems posed by children with hearing disorder. The study views children with deafness as those who has sustained a loss of hearing either during the prenatal, paranatal or during infancy period. Such children functions principally as a visually oriented person....
- Lowering the age of identification: Oregon's design and preliminary results. Josephson, Jean Attridge; Moore, William G. // Volta Review;Nov93, Vol. 95 Issue 5, p33
Discusses a birth certificate based screening and parent notification program on hearing impaired infants implemented by the state of Oregon, initially funded by a three-year federal grant and continuing even after its cessation. Oregon's design; Hearing impairment identification.
- Treatment for hearing loss in children. Sikand, Ashley // Las Vegas Business Press;11/04/96, Vol. 13 Issue 44, p7
Reports on the treatment of hearing loss in children in the United States. Accurate diagnosis and treatment for hearing impairments; Exploration of the anatomy and physiology of the ear and the hearing process; Causes of hearing loss in childhood; Treatment for pediatric hearing loss.
- The hidden handicap. Mulvaney-Smith, Alison; Lord, Melody // Australia's Parents;Jun/Jul97, Issue 99, p36
Presents information on handicaps in children, focusing on children that are deaf or hearing impaired. How to detect early signs of a possible hearing problem; Behavior of deaf children; Other problems that can arise from hearing problems; How to communicate with a hearing impaired child;...
- In defense of educational choice. Schive, Kim // Exceptional Parent;Sep95, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p50
Focuses on the educational choices made by two parents for their child, Katie, who suffered a hearing impairment. Choice of life goals that would require a strong academic program; Discovery that no single available program could meet all of Katie's academic and social needs.
- The use of standardized test batteries in assessing the skill development of children with... Plapinger, Donald S.; Sikora, Darryn M. // Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools;Jan95, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p39
Assesses the efficacy of using standardized psychoeducational diagnostic instruments on children with mild-to-moderate bilateral sensorineural hearing loss. Hearing impaired; Academic achievement; Tests used to document current functioning levels or areas.
- Analysis of successful initiations of three children with hearing loss mainstreamed in... Hulsing, Melissa Murphy; Luetke-Stahlman, Barbara // Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools;Jan95, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p45
Discusses an analysis of successful initiations of three children with hearing loss mainstreamed in kindergarten classrooms. Social conversations of children with normal hearing, with special needs and with hearing disorders; Language development; Dyad interactions.
- The effect of hearing loss on the development of metacognitive strategies in written language. Yoshinaga-Itano, Christine; Downey, Doris M // Volta Review;Winter96, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p97
Focuses on a series of studies which investigated the effect of degree of hearing loss on the development of language and reading skills in deaf or hard-of-hearing students in Colorado. Use of the `Colorado Process Analysis of Written Language' (COPA) in the study; Utilization of traditional...