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- 2Zhang, Ming
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The research team conducted a scoping review of literature related to the concept of “Clear Speech” and its application with older individuals who have hearing loss. The application of Clear Speech is hypothesized to improve speech intelligibility and thus to increase comprehension of speech by...
In Canada, the number of adults with pre-lingual hearing loss who receive a cochlear implant (CI) is growing; however, most of the adult CI centers in Canada reported that “the majority of their patients did not need rehabilitation services post-implant” (Fitzpatrick & Brewster, 2010, p. 293). ...
Impact of "Sound Sense" program on the development of knowledge-translation and oral-presentation competency in MScSLP studentsDownload
"Sound Sense" is a hearing-loss prevention program for grade-six children. Graduate students in Speech-Language Pathology, who were enrolled in the Fall 2017 CSD 534 Aural (Re)Habilitation course, engaged in advocacy for and delivery of "Sound Sens" to grade-six classrooms. This study evaluated...
Currently there are few rehabilitation resources available to older adults with hearing loss. Aural rehabilitation techniques are not always offered upon diagnosis by an audiologist or hearing aid practitioner, and the few programs that are in existence are not consistently available or well...
Currently there are few rehabilitation resources available to older adults with hearing loss. Aural rehabilitation techniques are not always offered upon diagnosis by an audiologist or hearing aid practitioner and the few programs that are in existence are not consistently available or well...
Evidence-Based Best Practices in Supporting Elementary‐Aged Children with Mild-to-Moderate Hearing Impairments in School ProgramsDownload
School-aged children with mild-to-moderate hearing impairments are almost always found in inclusive rather than separate educational settings, yet teachers and school-based speech-language pathologists (SLPs) may lack a full understanding of the educational and speech/language needs of children...
Interprofessional collaboration (IPC) is a practice that has clearly established links to improved patient outcomes. Yet in spite of these benefits, many professionals (and students in professional programs) have lamented over inefficiency and lack of time for collaboration in explanations of...
The resources currently available to grade three teachers for the Hearing and Sound science unit focus on the properties of sound, but do not strongly support learning objectives related to hearing, its role in communication and protection against its damage. Given that about 5% of Canadian...
This preliminary study examined teacher perceptions of the benefits of the module Everybody Hears. The module was delivered to three Grade-three classes. Teachers’ impressions of Everybody Hears were elicited by way of a questionnaire. A review of the data revealed student engagement, curricular...