Volume 5, Issue 154 (12-2000)                   Exceptional Education 1379, __(154): 37-44 | Back to browse issues page

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Ebrahimi A. Assessment of Auditory Skills of Children who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Exceptional Education. 2000; 5 (154) :37-44
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Background: An integral part of a comprehensive auditory training program is the assessment of individual auditory skills. In addition, most therapists will want to evaluate the hearing ability of their pupils in a more formal manner and in approximately the same way and comparing their auditory abilities to regroup them for communication activities.
Conclusion: Evaluation and informal observation are more important for young children; it is because of the limitation in their physical and cognitive development. Therefore, informal testing and observation are relied upon heavily with this age group. For older children, more formal, in-depth assessment of overall speech perception abilities generally is possible. A variety of tests should be available for assessment purposes so that the particular needs of each individual can be met adequately. In this article some of these tests for deaf / hard of hearing children (Tavana test, Ling test, GASP/MODARRES test and so on) are reviewed.
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Type of Study: Review Article | Subject: Audiology
Received: 2019/Jun/Tue | Revised: 2019/Oct/Tue | Accepted: 2019/Jun/Tue | Published: 2019/Jun/Tue | ePublished: 2019/Jun/Tue

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