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Parent Course: Preschoolers with Hearing Loss - (Full Color Edition) By John Tracy Clinic
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This bound edition of JTC's Distance Education for Parents includes information on communication, thinking, motor and social development of children with hearing loss ages two through five. ... More > Activities are suggested to encourage auditory learning and language skills in enjoyable everyday tasks. It is designed in a family friendly format with positive encouragement, simple strategies, multiple graphics, note sections and short summaries. Those interested in early childhood hearing loss will find this a useful resource for promoting child interactions, family hope, playful learning, developmental guidance and partnerships between parents and service providers. Also available in Spanish at: http://stores.lulu.com/clinicajohntracy NOTE: Families of babies and preschoolers can enroll in JTC's Distance Learning for Parents Program and receive these materials, additional publications and personalized ongoing guidance at no cost. If you are a parent/family member please visit www.jtc.org/pals to learn more.< Less
Parent Course: Preschoolers with Hearing Loss - (Full Color Edition) By John Tracy Clinic
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This bound edition of JTC's Distance Education for Parents includes information on communication, thinking, motor and social development of children with hearing loss ages two through five. ... More > Activities are suggested to encourage auditory learning and language skills in enjoyable everyday tasks. It is designed in a family friendly format with positive encouragement, simple strategies, multiple graphics, note sections and short summaries. Those interested in early childhood hearing loss will find this a useful resource for promoting child interactions, family hope, playful learning, developmental guidance and partnerships between parents and service providers. Also available in Spanish at: http://stores.lulu.com/clinicajohntracy NOTE: Families of babies and preschoolers can enroll in JTC's Distance Learning for Parents Program and receive these materials, additional publications and personalized ongoing guidance at no cost. If you are a parent/family member please visit www.jtc.org/pals to learn more.< Less
Parent Course: Preschoolers with Hearing Loss B&W By John Tracy Clinic
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This bound edition of John Tracy Clinic’s Distance Education for Parents includes information on communication, thinking, motor and social development of children with hearing loss ages two... More > through five. Activities are suggested to encourage auditory learning and language skills in enjoyable everyday tasks. It is designed in a family friendly format with positive encouragement, simple strategies, multiple graphics, note sections and short summaries. Those interested in early childhood hearing loss will find this a useful resource for promoting child interactions, family hope, playful learning, developmental guidance and partnerships between parents and service providers. Illustrations/graphics are in black and white on each page. NOTE: Families of babies and preschoolers can enroll in JTC's Distance Learning for Parents Program and receive these materials, additional publications and personalized ongoing guidance at no cost. If you are a parent/family member please visit www.jtc.org/pals to learn more.< Less
to hear the birds sing By Marie Younkin-Waldman
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The author's life before she regained her hearing was already exciting as a television host and published author but fraught with ups and downs. After she received a cochlear implant at the age of 63... More > she was able to start a brand new life characterized by many positive experiences. An impelling account of an inspirational woman before and after her hearing recovery.< Less
to hear the birds sing By Marie Younkin-Waldman
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The author's life before she regained her hearing was already exciting as a television host and published author but fraught with ups and downs. After she received a cochlear implant at the age of 63... More > she was able to start a brand new life characterized by many positive experiences. An impelling account of an inspirational woman before and after her hearing recovery.< Less
Primer on Hearing Aids By Peter Ohs
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Being diagnosed with hearing loss and need of hearing aids I researched the subject to better understand my needs. Hearing aids have come a long way since my father’s time. I would say the... More > 1980’s were the dark ages of hearing aids since they only had amplifiers available which increased everything. The common complaint was too much background noise. The computer world has brought us digital hearing aids that can handle noise management, feedback, directional microphones and multi-bands. Hearing aids are smaller, lighter and more powerful than ever before. They can fit on the tip of a finger, and are virtually invisible when worn. They can “intelligently” adapt to changing surroundings as people move through their day.< Less
The Pulse of Loss By Kevin Storm
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"The Pulse of loss" may very well be the loudest cry for help you will never hear. Predestined to be lost and muffled in a world of distorted noise and blinding lights, where a white page... More > means nothing and a black page is probably a misprint, this book is a yearning for less. In any frequency, a scream is still a scream.< Less
The “People Power” Disability - Serious Illness - Senior Citizen Superbook: Book 4. Specific Disabilities (Vision Loss, Hearing Loss, Speech - Brain - Mobility Problems) By Tony Kelbrat
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Within the optical field, there are several specialties. An opthamologist and optometrist are the highest grade of eye technician, doing surgery, removing cataracts, certified to use the excimer... More > laser to cure nearsightedness, etc. One step below that is the optician, the eye technicians who takes eye tests and fits you for glasses and contact lenses among other things. Optometrists diagnose, manage, and treat basic conditions and diseases of the human eye. Their practice consists of eye examinations, diagnosis of problems, and the prescription of corrective lenses. Dispensing opticians fill the prescription that is written by an optometrist. They design, measure, fit and help select frames for their patients. An ophthalmologist is a physician who diagnoses and treats eye diseases. For the brain to interpret the information transmitted along the optic nerve, to blend the two separate images into a single image and to be able to judge distances correctly, the two eyes must work together.< Less
Can you hear me crying... By Letitia Porter-Bellhouse
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Can you hear me crying is the poetic journal of a families six month long battle against lung cancer. The author lost her husband July 25th, 2012. This poetry book allows the reader into the heart... More > of the writer where raw emotion is uncovered. Through poetry and photo you are taken on the journey this family went through.< Less
Clinical Topics in Hearing Aid Research By Jason A. Galster, Katherine E. Stevens
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Clinical Topics in Hearing Aid Research provides a topic-driven review of modern research in hearing aids. Readers will find this text easy to understand with clear clinical messages that are easily... More > applied to routine practice.< Less