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Cochlear Implant Rehabilitation in Children and Adults

ISBN: 978-1-897635-54-4
344 pages
October 2006
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This is the first book to provide a global non-device-specific overview of service delivery and rehabilitation strategies for cochlear implant users. The contributors to the book have experience with most of the commercially available devices and several experimental ones. There are approaches from 17 different clinics representing four continents, 13 different countries and eight different languages. The number of patients seen by these teams totals more than 3000, or about one fifth of those currently using cochlear implants worldwide.
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List of Contributing Clinics.

Preface.

Introduction.

Chapter 1 Basics of Cochlear Impant Systems - Dianne J. Allum.

Chapter 2 Evaluation of the Benefit of the Multichannel Cochlear Implant in Children in Relation to its Cost - J. Robert Wyatt and John K. Niparko.

Chapter 3 Monitoring Progress in Young Children with C9ochlear Implants - Mark E. Lutman, Sue Archbold, Kevin P. Gibbin, Barry McCormick and Gerard M. O'Donoghue.

Chapter 4 An Integrated Rehabilitation Concept for Cochlear Implant Children - Bodo Bertram.

Chapter 5 Parent- and Patient-Centre Aural Rehabilitation - Nancy Tye-Murray, Linda Spencer, Shelly Witt and Elizabeth Gilbert Bedia.

Chapter 6 The Management of Cochlear Implant Children - Martine Sillon, Adrienne Vieu, Jean-Pierre Piron, Reine Rougier, Michel Broche, Francoise Artieres-Reuillard, Michel Mondain and Alain UZiel.

Chapter 7 A service Network for Rehabilitation of Cochlear Implant Users - Rene Muller, Dianne J. Allum and John H.J. Allum.

Chapter 8 Managing Educational Issues Throughout the Process of Implantation - Patricia M. Chute, Mary Ellen Nevins and Simon C. Parisier.

Chapter 9 Auditory Pre-training and its Implications for Child Development: The Importance of Early Stimulation in the Deaf Child - Alicia Huarte Irujo, Maite Molina and Manuel Manrique.

Chapter 10 Components of a Rehabilitation Programme for Young Children using the Milichannel Chochlear Implant - Shani Dettman, Elizabeth barker, Gary Rance, Richard Dowell, Karyn Galvin, Julia Sarant, Robert Cowan, Marisa Skok, Rod Hollow, Meran Larratt and Graeme Clark.

Chapter 11 Achieving Auditory Speech Peception Skills in Profoundly Deaf Children with Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants - Jean S. Moog and Ann E. Geers.

Chapter 12 Rehabilitating Procedures Adapted to Adults and Children - Ersilia Bosco, Deborah Ballantyne and Maria Teresa Argiro.

Chapter 13 A Psycholinguistic Approach to the Rehabilitation of Cochlear Impant Children - Helmut L. Neumann and Renate Meixner.

Chapter 14 Adolescents and the Cochlear Implant - Carmen Pujol and Teresa Amat.

Chapter 15 Therapeutic Concepts for Training Cochlear Implant Patients Who Have Good Preoperative Lanaguage Skills - George A. Tavarkiladze, Elsa V. Mironova, Raisa A. Brovleva, Inna A. Belyantseva and Gregory I. Frolenkov.

Chapter 16 Maximising Overall Communication Abilities for Adult Cochlear Implant and Hearing Aid Users - Brigette Eisenwort, Wolfgang Baumgartner, Ulrike Willinger, Wolfgang Gstottner and Friedrich Frank.

Chapter 17 Rehabilitation in Adult Cochlear Implant Patients - Angelika Straub-Schier and Ute Rost.

Chapter 18 Clinical Application of the Landscape Montage Technique for Counselling Cochlear Implant Recipients and Families - Masae Shiroma, Sotato Funasaka, Kumikop Yukawa and Shukuko Kawanami.

Chapter 19 Adult and Child Rehabilitation Approaches: Auditory/Oral virsus Signing/Speaking - Goran Bredberg and Ewa Martony.

Chapter 20 Differences in Postoperative Management of Postlingual and Prelingual Adults and Children using Cochlear Implants - Claude Fugain, Michel Ouayoun, Lucile Monneron and Claude-Henri Chouard.

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