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There Testimonials Dr. Emily McMahan helped me to get my life back… September 9 Dr. It is well recognized that hearing is critical to speech and language development, communication, and learning. Children with listening difficulties due to hearing loss or auditory processing problems continue to be an underidentified and underserved population. Similarly, the earlier the problem is identified and intervention begun, the less serious the ultimate impact. There are four major ways in which hearing loss affects children: It causes delay in the development of receptive and expressive communication skills speech and language.

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There Testimonials Dr. Emily McMahan helped me to get my life back… September 9 Dr. It is well recognized that hearing is critical to speech and language development, communication, and learning. Children with listening difficulties due to hearing loss or auditory processing problems continue to be an underidentified and underserved population.

Similarly, the earlier the problem is identified and intervention begun, the less serious the ultimate impact. There are four major ways in which hearing loss affects children: It causes delay in the development of receptive and expressive communication skills speech and language.

The language deficit causes learning problems that result in reduced academic achievement. Communication difficulties often lead to social isolation and poor self-concept. It may have an impact on vocational choices. Children with hearing loss learn concrete words like cat, jump, five, and red more easily than abstract words like before, after, equal to, and jealous. They also have difficulty with function words like the, an, are, and a. The gap between the vocabulary of children with normal hearing and those with hearing loss widens with age.

Children with hearing loss do not catch up without intervention. Children with hearing loss have difficulty understanding words with multiple meanings. For example, the word bank can mean the edge of a stream or a place where we put money. This leads to misunderstandings and misuse of verb tense, pluralization, nonagreement of subject and verb, and possessives. Thus, speech may be difficult to understand.

Children with hearing loss may not hear their own voices when they speak. They may speak too loudly or not loud enough. They may have a speaking pitch that is too high. They may sound like they are mumbling because of poor stress, poor inflection, or poor rate of speaking.

Children with severe to profound hearing loss usually achieve skills no higher than the third- or fourth-grade level, unless appropriate educational intervention occurs early. The gap in academic achievement between children with normal hearing and those with hearing loss usually widens as they progress through school. The level of achievement is related to parental involvement and the quantity, quality, and timing of the support services children receive. These social problems appear to be more frequent in children with a mild or moderate hearing losses than in those with a severe to profound loss.

An audiologist, as part of an interdisciplinary team of professionals, will evaluate your child and suggest the most appropriate audiologic intervention program.

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About This Product Description Adolescence, by Ian McMahan, combines rigorous, scientific coverage of adolescent development research with a scholarly yet enjoyable narrative style that is rarely found in textbooks. The table of contents follows an ecological systems framework to show how individual teens both affect and are affected by their families, peers, schools, and society. Adolescence also employs unique pedagogy to ensure students practice active learning and deep processing, focus on the practical applications of what they are studying, think critically and become educated consumers of the research. Two overarching themes are explored throughout this text: 1. Adolescent development involves individual, social and cultural systems. Positive adolescent development is the norm, though the media and research frequently concentrate on adolescent problems.

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Adolescence, Canadian Edition, by Ian McMahan and Susan Thompson, combines rigorous, scientific coverage of adolescent development research with a scholarly yet enjoyable narrative style that is rarely found in textbooks. The table of contents follows an ecological systems framework to show how individual teens both affect and are affected by their families, peers, schools, and society. Adolescence also employs unique pedagogy to ensure students practise active learning and deep processing, focus on the practical applications of what they are studying, think critically and become educated consumers of the research. Two overarching themes are explored throughout this text: 1.

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