This work presents 14 comprehensive chapters written by experts in each discipline. Clinicians and students can refer to specific subjects in paediatric audiology for treating children, from infancy through their elementary-school years. The book offers contributions from Yash Pal Kapur, Franklin A. Katz, Robert J. Ruben, Allan O. Diefendorf and Judith S. Gravel, Jane R. Madell, Shlomo Silman and Carol A. Silverman, Herbert Jay Gold and Maurice Mendel. Judith A. Brimacombe and Anne L. Beiter present the latest clinical information on cochlear implants in children, including the current debate on cultural considerations. Audiology and education is dicussed by E. Harris Nober, and George T. Mencher advises audiologists on counselling families of deaf and hard-of-hearing children. Evelyn Cherow presents several models of service delivery. The book should be a useful resource for clinicians and students alike.
The Handbook of Pediatric Audiology