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A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2001 - Proceedings of the Second International Conference - Table of Contents and Preface

A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2001 - Proceedings of the Second International Conference - Table of Contents and Preface
Richard Seewald, PhD, Judith Gravel
November 1, 2002
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Richard Seewald, PhD

Canada Research Chair in Childhood Hearing

Dr. Richard Seewald holds a Canada Research Chair in Childhood Hearing at the National Centre for Audiology in London, Ontario, Canada. He is also a Professor in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Western Ontario. For the past 20 years, Dr. Seewald’s work has been focused on issues that pertain to the selection and fitting of amplification in infants and young children and is known internationally for his work in developing the Desired Sensation Level (DSL) Method for pediatric hearing instrument fitting. In addition to his numerous publications and presentations on pediatric amplification, Dr. Seewald developed the popular Phonak VideoFocus series on pediatric assessment and amplification and has recently chaired, and edited the proceedings from several international conferences on early intervention.


Judith Gravel



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