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A Review of Home-Based Computerized Auditory Training Programs for Adult Cochlear Implant RecipientsDownload
It has been documented that clinicians working in cochlear implant clinics that provide service to adult cochlear implant recipients feel they do not have sufficient expertise with auditory training protocols, don't have access to enough resources, and do not have enough manpower to offer...
Factors Associated with Speech Recognition Outcomes for Prelingually Deaf Cochlear Implant Users: A CASE SERIESDownload
In this technological day and age, the advancements in cochlear implant (CI) technology and procedures for individuals with profound sensorineural hearing loss are constantly improving. Research shows that earlier implantation in children leads to better speech and language development outcomes...
Objective: This preliminary study aimed to implement a new set of sound parameters in modified white noise to produce significant reductions in tinnitus amplitude. Design: This study was a single subject design in which subjects served as their own control. Each participant received treatment...
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). ...
Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) Model to Gain Insight into the Impact of Cochlear Implants on Prelingually Deafened RecipientsDownload
A number of factors influence the quality of life of deaf individuals following cochlear implantation. In this study, we adapted the ICF model to create a survey to specifically fit Cochlear Implant (CI) users. This enabled us to make a novel comparison and correlation among multiple factors and...