This introductory course identifies a hierarchy for auditory skill development in children with cochlear implants that considers linguistic and situational contexts in addition to auditory function. It also discusses practical applications of this hierarchy to a variety of habilitation settings.
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Course created on October 8, 2012
- Participants will be able to outline a hierarchy of auditory skill development.
- Participants will be able to state a rationale for considering the relevance of situational contexts to auditory goals in preparing targets.
- Participants will be able to compare and contrast treatment plans given various auditory profiles in case study presentations.
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