Hearing loss
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economy incurs $56 billion loss in medical care, special education, and productivity due to untreated hearing loss (NAAS, 1999). Over 10 million Americans reported that they experience difficulty in hearing conversation at normal levels.… This paper explores the causes of, and diagnosis and available treatment for hearing loss. The types of hearing loss and…
Hearing loss
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Author’s Name Date Hearing loss amongst children and adults is one of the sensory deficits that affect human population in the world. Consequences that come with loss of hearing include poor interpretation of speech sound, stigmatization of the person, social isolation, among others.… Hearing loss in a person develops gradually and it is usually related to…
Sensorineural hearing loss
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Apart from mixed characteristics, this disorder is broadly classified into two main types: Conductive hearing loss (CHL) and Sensorineural… Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) is the defect of transmission of sound from cochlea due to this it results in sound distortion and brain is unable to perceive the correct sound. United States Census has reported 3%…
Understanding Students with Hearing Loss
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Understanding Students with Hearing Loss A vast majority of people in this world are born healthy, with all the senses working, a gift from God. Some unfortunate persons have a certain handicap.… This paper deals with the said issue, teaching and learning relationship when the student has the problem of hearing. Understanding Hearing Loss Before hearing loss…
Preventing Noise Induced Hearing Loss in Children
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A primary concern to parents and educators today is the prevalence of hearing loss and damage to children. Increasingly, this hearing loss is not due to ear infections or genetic causes. Instead, noise induced hearing loss is on the rise. In three articles: "Hearing Conservation Education Programs for Children: A Review", "The Effectiveness of an Interactive Hearing Conservation Program for Children", and "Noise Induced Hearing Loss in Children", the concern is reviewed and possible solutions for this problem are suggested. …
Tinnitus and Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
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Limitations in the area of communication and isolation from social situations are only a part of noise-induced hearing loss. Many say it is not even the worst part of the condition. According to USACHPPM (2010), "Many individuals have an accompanying condition called "tinnitus" that can be more debilitating than the hearing loss.… In this discussion tinnitus…
The Psychosocial Effects of Hearing Loss in Adults
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This paper will discuss the psychosocial impacts of hearing loss on adults and how it can be addressed. In addition, the paper will discuss the impacts that hearing loss has on interpersonal relationships and the self-worth of the affected individuals.… According to the essay findings most people tend to experience hearing loss as they age; 30 % of adults…
Cochlear Implants - The Future of Clinical Remediation of Hearing Loss
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Hearing loss is one of the most traumatizing things to most people. The paper "Cochlear Implants - The Future of Clinical Remediation of Hearing Loss" will analyses the advantages and disadvantages of the new technology, expert's different points of view on this topic.… Hearing loss is the inability to hear and can be caused by genetic factors or illnesses.…
Analysis of Comparative Experiences/Expressions of Hearing Loss and Deafness
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This state is recognized by the patient not as a result of external stimuli and is well known as Pseudo-hearing loss. The best example of this hallucination as used in… Nearly every individual in the urban areas has adopted the practice of music listening through the use of ear phone. The ear phones are plugged into the ear inducing the sound from the source…
Beethoven's Hearing Loss & Its Effect On His Music
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An author of this paper discuss' how Beethoven's hearing loss effected his music. He includes sources devoted to the matter and targets the year he became completely deaf. … He was born in 1770 and in around 1800, his hearing sense started to deplete with every passing day and in some years, he was totally deaf to hear anything around him. This sorrowful event…
Investigating children and their childhoods (babies with senorineural hearing loss and developent under 6months)
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Senorineural Hearing Loss and Development- Literature Review The degree of hearing in a child is classified as mild, moderate, severe or even profound since there is an approximate relationship that exists between decibel loss of hearing and the degree to which a child will experience difficult functionality.… Shulman Brian and Capone Nina concluded that…
The relationship between language development and behaviour problems in children with hearing loss
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SUMMARY OF ARTICLE SUBMITTED BY: SUBMITTED TO: INSTITUTE: DATE: 1. STATEMENT OF PROBLEM The problem addressed in this paper is that whether or not differential language ability among children with hearing impairment is related to behavioral problems. The main purpose of this study is to find out any relationship between language inefficiency due to hearing loss and faulty behavior among children.…
Early detection of signs of aminoglycoside-induced hearing loss in children with cystic fibrosis
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early detection of signs of aminoglycoside-induced hearing loss in children with cystic fibrosis [Type the document subtitle] Aminoglycoside based antibiotics are being considered as one of the primary sources of auditory disorders among human beings, and especially in children.… So, the early detection mechanisms can deploy this factor in a very productive…
The advent of new technologies that can treat hearing loss will ultimately eradicate Deaf culture
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Although many people born with hearing disabilities have a social identity and often see themselves as belonging to a deafness culture,… tanding of speech thereby leading to decline in the perception of deafness as a culture and enhancing the possibility of the eventual eradication of deaf culture in the near future. This is particularly evidenced by current…
Beethoven Hearing Loss May Have Shaped Transition in His Musical Styles
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Beethoven Hearing Loss may have shaped transition in his Musical Styles A composer of Romantic and Classical Periods, Ludwig van Beethoven was born in 1770 in Bonn, Germany. Until today, he is known as the composer of Romantic and classical periods.… His works are different than any of the previous composers of his time via the formation of extended,…
Hearing
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Hearing impairment may be acquired at birth, young age or become a problem in old age. In UK population, the prevalence of forty five decibels or greater hearing loss is estimated to be 3.8%… Conductive and sensorineural are two major types of hearing loss. Conductive hearing is any impediment to the sound wave transmission via the external and middle ear…
Hearing
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The ability to hear is a gift that has quite the significance in today. Without such a luxury, mankind would not have advanced to its present status today. From this auditory medium, this world has the capability to function linguistically and coherently. Some may claim that hearing has more importance than sight because without it, one becomes deaf and lacks the elocution or suffers from speech impediment which can hinder communication.…
Hearing Imapried
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The Individuals with Disability Act (IDEA), formerly the Education of the Handicapped Act (P.L.94-142), includes “hearing impairment” and “deafness” as two of the categories under… ‘Hard of hearing’ is a term referring to a person who has some degree of hearing loss but is able to function in the hearing and speech modalities either with or without the use of…
Hearing impairment
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Health and education of a country is correlated. A classic example of this is the educational implication existing due to hearing loss among indigenous Australians. There is great disparity in the level of education between the indigenous and non-indigenous Australian population.… There are various reasons that cause deterioration in the level of education…
Effects of Hearing Impairment on Human Psychology
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This paper “Effects of Hearing Impairment on Human Psychology” focuses on the effects of hearing loss on human psychology. Hearing impairment, hearing loss or deafness is a type of physical disability defined as the total or partial inability to hear. … An individual with hearing impairment experiences anxiety disorders such…
Hearing aid fitting benefits of speech audiometry
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Hearing loss or any ear disease can be diagnosed from the results of the audiometric tests done by an Audiogram. Speech Audiometry is one of the… Use of hearing aids of many types and formats can bring normalcy and comfort to patient short fallings relates to listening and recognition of words which may result in improvement of professional capabilities,…
Development of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adolescents compared to their Hearing Peers
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Development of deaf and hard hearing adolescents compared to their hearing peers: This paper is primarily based on a largely spoken and critical issue of the present world that is creating strong waves of aggravated tension and bad presentiments for the futures of many innocent adolescents.… This article is basically centered on how the development of such…
Infant hearing screening
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The author of this essay "Infant hearing screening" touches upon the new technologies that are employed for hearing test. As the text has it, in 1993, the National Institute of Health recommended for the hearing test in the infants within 3 months of birth.… OAE and AABR, both are the methods that are used for infant hearing screening. The OAE method…
MHE510, Occupational Health and Safety, Mod 3 SLP
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There are many risk factors including age, allergies and noise. Increased exposure to music players and loud music continues to be a problem as does employees that do not protect themselves in high… One must remember however, that the loudest noises do not matter if they are not in an area that exposes employees (Hager, 2007). Hearing loss can seldom be…
Public relation strategy The organisation name Australian Hearing
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Australian Hearing Public Relations (PR) is about enhancing an organization’s repute by addressing organizational concerns and standpoints, what others say about the organization and the organization’s products and services. This looks at the organization’s status of… This strategy redefines the current situation about the hearing problem in Australia and how…
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