Aural Rehab 11-06-07 - Danielle Nalepa Aural Rehab- Class...

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Danielle Nalepa Aural Rehab- Class Notes 11/06/07 Language and Speech Hearing w/I normal limits Factors: Degree of loss Age of onset Type of loss Exposure to and interaction with normal speakers of the language Hearing loss influences parent child interaction Cognition w/I normal limits Many parents stop speaking to their child when hearing loss is diagnosed “she cant hear, why bother?” Communication style differences Hearing mother/deaf child vs. hearing mother/hearing child HM/DC- Less likely to use verbal praise, ask for opinions and suggestions, use questions, and have more tension Hearing mother and deaf child vs. deaf mother and deaf child HM/DC- do not share a method of shared communication Hearing mother/ deaf child Limited schema for organizing experiences -Mother cannot provide typical language input during daily routines of feeding bathing playing bedtime -Child has poor speech perception and mother has poor language skills Limited incidental learning opportunities -Cannot “overhear” conversations
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course COMD 393 taught by Professor Ciocci during the Winter '07 term at Bridgewater State University.

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Aural Rehab 11-06-07 - Danielle Nalepa Aural Rehab- Class...

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