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Educational Audiology Handbook, 2nd Edition

  • includes CD
  • Cheryl DeConde Johnson The ADVantage - Audiology, Deaf education Vantage consulting; Adjunct faculty – University of Colorado, Boulder; University of Northern Colorado, University of Arizona
  • Jane Seaton
  • ISBN-10: 1418041300  |  ISBN-13: 9781418041304
  • 592 Pages
  • Previous Editions: 1997
  • © 2012 | Published
  • List Price = $ 262.95
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About

Overview

Written by recognized leaders in educational audiology, EDUCATIONAL AUDIOLOGY HANDBOOK is the gold standard text in the field today. From its straightforward presentation of the scope of an educational audiology practice to blueprints for creating and maintaining high-quality programs, and guidance on achieving full integration into a school staff, this text offers a comprehensive and current overview of everything audiology students and practitioners need to know about school-based audiology. In addition, appendices at the end of each chapter include assessments, forms, parent handouts, and legal and reference documents that pertain to every audiologist whose practice includes children. Customizable versions of these materials are also available on the CD-ROM included in the back of the book—giving users practical support for nearly every professional need.

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Features and Benefits

  • The text covers a unique combination of topics not typically discussed in traditional pediatric audiology textbooks, including amplification, FM amplification applications, functional hearing assessments, and central auditory processing
  • The book's extensive appendices contain legal and reference documents, forms, test protocols, handounts, and other materials pertinent for every audiologist whose practice includes children.
  • The definitive resource for the practice of audiology in educational settings; this text can be used in a variety of settings by a range of practitioners: teachers of the deaf, SLPs, school nurses, or clinical audiologists whose practice includes working with children.

Table of Contents

Preface.
Forward .
Part I: EDUCATIONAL AUDIOLOGY PRACTICES.
1. Educational Audiology: How Did We Get Here? Historical and Current Policy Perspectives.
2. Roles and Responsibilities of the Educational Audiologist.
3. Hearing Screening and Identification.
4. Assessment.
5. Auditory Processing Deficits.
6. Classroom Acoustics.
7. Personal Hearing Instruments and Hearing Assistance Technology.
8. Case Management and Habilitation.
9. Student Counseling and Self-Advocacy.
10. Hearing Loss Prevention.
11. Serving Infants and Toddlers.
Part II: COLLABORATION, PLANNING, AND PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS.
12. Education Considerations for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
13. Developing Individual Plans.
14. Professional Collaboration within Communities.
15. Relationships with Families.
16. Inservice.
17. Marketing and Advocacy.
18. Program Development, Evaluation, and Management.
19. Reflections: Where are we Heading?
References.
Index.

What's New

  • Every chapter has been updated to reflect current research, technology, and legislation impacting the practice of educational audiology.
  • Four new chapters covering classroom acoustics, counseling, early intervention, and education of the deaf and hard of hearing.
  • New and updated resources and forms included with each chapter provide excellent ease of use as both topic tutorials and reference materials.
  • The authors provide comprehensive current information on educational audiology, making this edition an ideal choice for audiology (AuD) programs.

Supplements

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Instructor Supplements

Educational Audiology Handbook (Book Only)  (ISBN-10: 1111319839 | ISBN-13: 9781111319830)

Written by recognized leaders in educational audiology, EDUCATIONAL AUDIOLOGY HANDBOOK is the gold standard text in the field today. From its straightforward presentation of the scope of an educational audiology practice to blueprints for creating and maintaining high-quality programs, and guidance on achieving full integration into a school staff, this text offers a comprehensive and current overview of everything audiology students and practitioners need to know about school-based audiology. In addition, appendices at the end of each chapter include assessments, forms, parent handouts, and legal and reference documents that pertain to every audiologist whose practice includes children. Customizable versions of these materials are also available on the CD-ROM included in the back of the book—giving users practical support for nearly every professional need.

List Price = $262.95  | CengageBrain Price = $262.95  | College Bookstore Wholesale Price = $197.50

Student Supplements

Educational Audiology Handbook (Book Only)  (ISBN-10: 1111319839 | ISBN-13: 9781111319830)

Written by recognized leaders in educational audiology, EDUCATIONAL AUDIOLOGY HANDBOOK is the gold standard text in the field today. From its straightforward presentation of the scope of an educational audiology practice to blueprints for creating and maintaining high-quality programs, and guidance on achieving full integration into a school staff, this text offers a comprehensive and current overview of everything audiology students and practitioners need to know about school-based audiology. In addition, appendices at the end of each chapter include assessments, forms, parent handouts, and legal and reference documents that pertain to every audiologist whose practice includes children. Customizable versions of these materials are also available on the CD-ROM included in the back of the book—giving users practical support for nearly every professional need.

List Price = $262.95  | CengageBrain Price = $262.95  | College Bookstore Wholesale Price = $197.50

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Cheryl DeConde Johnson

Cheryl DeConde Johnson, Ed.D., is a former consultant with the Colorado Department of Education where she was responsible for deaf and hard of hearing disabilities and audiology services from 1998-2006. In this position she provided technical assistance and leadership for deaf education, educational interpreting, and educational audiology services statewide. Prior to employment at the Department of Education, Cheryl was an educational audiologist and program coordinator for the deaf and hard of hearing program for 22 years in the Greeley-Evans School District in Greeley, Colorado, and also a regional coordinator for the Colorado Home Intervention Program. At this time, Cheryl maintains an active consulting practice focusing on program evaluation and development, while continuing to pursue various research and writing projects. She conducts trainings in deaf education for the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE) as well as individual work with various state education agencies across the US and internationally. She maintains adjunct faculty positions with the University of Colorado, Boulder, the University of Northern Colorado, and the University of Arizona. Cheryl is a co-founder of Hands & Voices and serves as President of the Board of Directors. Her achievements have been recognized by the American Academy of Audiology, American Speech-Language Hearing Association, the University of Northern Colorado, and Phonak (who has established an award in her name). Cheryl has also raised a deaf daughter, now grown, who has provided the joy of two engaging grandsons.

Jane Seaton

Jane Seaton, M.S., is a private consultant in audiology and communication disorders and has spent more than 40 years working in a variety of settings with families and children who have experienced hearing loss. She developed and administered a model regional educational program for students who are deaf and hard-of-hearing and currently serves as parent advisor, mentor, and consultant for early intervention programs for infants and toddlers with sensory disabilities. An invited faculty member for the ASHA Audiology 2010 Virtual Conference, Jane is presently a stakeholder in the Georgia EHDI program and is working with a project targeting literacy for Georgia students who are deaf and hard of hearing. A recipient of Honors from the Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association, she has served on the Georgia Licensure Board for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and is a former board member of the American Academy of Audiology and the Educational Audiology Association.