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Unformatted text preview: Aural Rehab- Class Notes- 10/23/07 Assessing: • DASL II-Developmental Approach to Successful Listening- Stout and Windle (1994)- Assessment and training • SPICE- Speech Perception Instructional Curriculum and Evaluation- Moog et al. (1995)- Assessment and training Goal- to enable hard of hearing children to make maximum use of the acoustic speech signal by developing the auditory system to the fullest extent possible- hearing aid/ cochlear implant/ amplification is necessary- residual hearing makes this easier Auditory training should not be regarded as a special activity to be incages in a specific times under certain circumstances-It is important to provide the child with a stimulating acoustic environment that is filled with meaningful sound-often when parents learn that their child is deaf they stop talking or interacting verbally with the child- Early and appropriate amplification is wasted unless someone talks to the child and provides meaningful auditory experiences that are related to speech acquisition imitative babbling play Reading Stories Mother child interactions Auditory training should emphasize the presentation of speech stimuli rather...
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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.
- Winter '07