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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 19, No. 1, May 2012
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In this issue of Perspectives, we describe the development of a multi-faceted, living-well approach to managing hearing loss with adults and their communication partners. We also present a case study of an individual with sudden profound sensorineural hearing loss following a traumatic head injury, which stresses the importance of a patient-centered approach. Finally, we present a tutorial on using the Baddeley and Hitch model of short-term working memory to investigate spoken language understanding, including a description of the model, its contribution to spoken language understanding, and possible applications.
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 20, No. 1, January 2013
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This issue of Perspectives focuses on current topics in aural rehabilitation. First, authors discuss what to consider when mapping young children who have simultaneous/ sequential bilateral cochlear implants. The second article describes five clinical, administrative, and practical lessons important in building a cochlear implant practice.
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 20, No. 2, October 2013
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This issue of Perspectives focused on historical and current topics in aural rehabilitation. Included was a retrospective discussion of changes in the field over 40 years in the areas of hearing aid selection, hearing aid fitting, hearing aid options and distribution, and adult group aural rehabilitation.
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 20, No. 3, December 2013
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This issue of Perspectives focuses on a discussion of current topics in aural rehabilitation. Presented first is a discussion of how to use a family-centered care approach in adult hearing rehabilitation with reference to “third-party disability.” This article discusses the role of family-centered care in hearing rehabilitation and strategies for increased inclusion of family members in the rehabilitation process.
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 21, No. 1, May 2014
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This issue of Perspectives focuses on a discussion of current topics in aural rehabilitation with a focus on person-centered care and how it can be implemented in audiologic rehabilitation. First is a discussion of the use of personal narratives and ways to incorporate personal narratives into an audiologic practice focusing on the development of skills such as reflective listening, paraphrasing, using open- and closed-ended questions, and silence. The second article discusses shared decision-making and its importance in audiologic rehabilitation as well as the changes required to implement it effectively. Third is a discussion of self-efficacy in patient-centered audiologic rehabilitation for adults with hearing loss, including an overview of self-efficacy theory and its application to audiologic rehabilitation. The article discusses techniques that clinicians can use to promote self-efficacy as well. This issue of Perspectives focuses on a discussion of current topics in aural rehabilitation with a focus on person-centered care and how it can be implemented in audiologic rehabilitation. First is a discussion of the use of personal narratives and ways to incorporate personal narratives into an audiologic practice focusing on the development of skills such as reflective listening, paraphrasing, using open- and closed-ended questions, and silence. The second article discusses shared decision-making and its importance in audiologic rehabilitation as well as the changes required to implement it effectively. Third is a discussion of self-efficacy in patient-centered audiologic rehabilitation for adults with hearing loss, including an overview of self-efficacy theory and its application to audiologic rehabilitation. The article discusses techniques that clinicians can use to promote self-efficacy as well.
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