Understanding deafness and the rehabilitation process
Key Benefits: This new resource focuses on hearing loss, the understanding deafness, and the rehabilitation of deaf persons, but the primary focus is on the means by which deaf people move from school to work, resolve personal and family situations, receive appropriate guidance, find and obtain access to appropriate jobs, and receive appropriate support to succeed in those jobs. Topics: Transition, legal issues, support services, and specific counseling techniques are discussed. The authors are well known in their respective fields. Market: Hearing Professionals, Speech Pathologists, Educators, and Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors. A Longwood Professional Book.
Allyn & Bacon
Communication Sciences and Disorders | Rehabilitation and Therapy | Speech and Hearing Science
Nowell, Richard C., "Understanding deafness and the rehabilitation process" (1994). Communication Disorders, Special Education, and Disability Services Faculty Book Gallery. 1.