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Authors: Vinaya Manchaiah, Ph.D. (Director of Audiology & Jo Mayo Endowed Professor Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, USA) and Brian Taylor (Director of Clinical Audiology for the Fuel Medical Group, USA) 
Book Description:
The Role of Communication Partners in the Audiological Rehabilitation uncovers the psychological and social processes that the communication partners of persons with hearing loss may experience.

Currently, there is a renewed focus on family-centered audiological rehabilitation. For this reason, involving patients and their communication partners in all aspects of rehabilitation is necessary. Given the growing importance of audiological rehabilitation among clinicians around the world, this book focuses on several critical aspects of audiological enablement as well as the rehabilitation of patients and their communication partners. This is the first book to focus solely on the communication partners of persons with hearing loss and helps uncover the human dynamics associated with hearing loss.

This book is aimed at hearing healthcare professionals to supplement their reading about audiological rehabilitation. In addition to enhancing existing coursework in this area and family centric care, a quick glance of the chapters reveals several tools and tips that audiologists can put into immediate practice. For these reasons, this book is a useful resource for early career communication disorder students and allied healthcare professionals alike.

Vinaya Manchaiah is a Jo Mayo Endowed Professor in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, Lamar University, Texas, USA. Brian Taylor is the Director of Clinical Audiology for the Fuel Medical Group, USA. (Nova Biomedical)

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International Journal of Audiology - Reviewed by Berth Danermark, ÷rebro University, Department of Health Sciences / School of Health Sciences, Institute of Disability Research, Sweden

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Chapter 1. Introduction: Hearing Loss is a Communication Problem (pp. 1-32)

Chapter 2. Third Party Disability as Defined by the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (pp. 33-46)

Chapter 3. Positive and Negative Consequences Reported by Communication Partners of Persons with Hearing Loss (pp. 47-62)

Chapter 4. The Communication Partnersí Journey through Their Partnerís Hearing Loss (pp. 63-76)

Chapter 5. The Role of Communication Partners in Audiological Enablement and Rehabilitation (pp. 77-90)

Chapter 6. Models to Represent Communication Partners within the Social Networks of People with Hearing Loss (pp. 91-106)

Chapter 7. Goal Setting and Sharing for the Communication Partner (pp. 107-130)

Chapter 8. Shared Decision-Making and Family Centered Audiological Rehabilitation (pp. 131-154)

References (pp. 155-168)

Index (pp. 169)

Total Pages: 171

      Audiology and Hearing Research Advances
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2017 - 4th Quarter
   ISBN: 978-1-53612-817-8
   Status: AV
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