|The Hearing Aid Handbook|
Clinician’s Guide to Client Orientation
Donna S. Wayner
“Of tremendous value to audiologists.”
—Ear and Hearing
“Parents will turn frequently to this wonderfully thought-out handbook.”
The Hearing Aid Handbook consists of three volumes for audiologists and other clinicians to help clients learn to use and maintain hearing aids. Planned for three classes, the Clinician’s Guide explains exactly how to conduct the initial visit, fit ear molds, clean and maintain hearing aids and adjust amplification. Clinicians also will learn to encourage the use of visual cues, speechreading, and contextual clues to ensure a high rate of success for their clients.
The User’s Guides feature information and worksheets for hearing aid wearers and their families and friends.
Donna S. Wayner is director of the Hearing Rehabilitation Center of the Albany Medical Center in New York.
ISBN 978-0-930323-56-1, 8½ x 11 paperback, 172 pages, illustrated forms, worksheets, appendices
User’s Guide for Adults
ISBN 978-0-930323-70-7, 8½ x 11 paperback, 48 pages, illustrated forms, worksheets
User’s Guide for Children
ISBN 978-0-930323-73-8, 8½ x 11 paperback, 36 pages, illustrated forms, worksheets
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