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A Parents' Guide to Communication Options
Third Edition
Edited by Sue Schwartz, Ph.D.




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isbn# 978-1-890627-73-7  
2007
Paperback
6" x 9"
384 pages
20 photos
Audio Files

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Acknowledgements

Foreword
James Battey, M.D., Ph.D.

Introduction: Understanding Childhood Deafness
Sue Schwartz, Ph.D.

Part I: Medical Issues

Chapter 1: A Medical Approach to Hearing Loss
Stephen Epstein, M.D.

Chapter 2: The Audiological Assessment
Kathryn S. James, Ph.D.

Chapter 3: Universal Newborn Screening
Gilbert Herer, Ph.D.

Chapter 4: Auditory Neuropathy/Dys-synchrony (AN/AD)
Charles Berlin, Ph.D., Bronya Keats, Ph.D., Linda Hood, Ph.D., Paula Gregory, Ph.D., Gary Rance, Ph.D.

  • Kyla's Story
  • Jack's Story
  • Alex's Story
  • Jaxon's Story
Chapter 5: Genetic Causes of Deafness
Kathleen Arnos, Ph.D., and Arti Pandya, M.D.

Part II: Technology

Chapter 6: Amplification Options
Kathryn S. James

Chapter 7: The Cochlear Implant
John Niparko, M.D., Andrea Marlowe, M.S. CCC-A, Deborah Bervinchek, M.Ed., Kristin Ceh, M.S.Ed. CED

Chapter 8: Communication Technology
Pat Relihan

Part III: Communication Options

Chapter 9: The Auditory-Oral Approach: A Professional Perspective
Jean Moog, M.S.

  • Brian's Story
  • Erin's Story
  • Ian and Scottie's Story
  • Margaux's Story
Chapter 10: The Auditory-Verbal Approach: A Professional Perspective
Warren Estabrooks, M.Ed. Cert. AVT
  • Adam's Story
  • Alex's Story
  • Annie's Story
  • Michelle's Story
Chapter 11: The ASL and English Bilingual Approach: A Professional Perspective
Beth Benedict, Ph.D., Marilyn Sass Lehrer, Ph.D.
  • Daniel's Story
  • Darby's Story
  • Grant's Story
  • Mia's Story
Chapter 12: Cued Speech: A Professional Perspective
Jane Smith, M.A.
  • Alex's Story
  • Lena's Story
  • Prachi's Story
  • Shanna's Story
Chapter 13: Total Communication: A Professional Perspective
Susan Russel, M.A.
  • Andrew's Story
  • Kyle's Story
  • Cahlah's Story
  • Gideon's Story
Part IV: Life Stages

Chapter 14: Finding Blessings in Our Child's Deafness: The Transformation of Dreams
Anne Geiger Oliphant, Psy.D.

Chapter 15: How to Identify a Program of Excellence
Sheila Doctors, M.A.

Chapter 16: Making it in College

  • Anna Bitencourt
  • Cara Miller
  • David Bird
  • Luke Faxon St. Georges
Chapter 17: Perspectives from Adults Who Are Deaf
A cultural identity, by Jack Gannon, Ph.D.
Odyssey of a Deaf Adult, by Irene Leigh, Ph.D.

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