Jackson, Pamela L.
B.S. (Bachelor of Science)
School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
The following paper is concerned with the devices and procedures that might prove useful to the profoundly hearing-impaired in overcoming the devastating affects that such a sensory loss has on language and communication. It is hoped that with these devices, these individuals will be able to improve their receptive ability of understanding the speech of others in a meaningful way for language learning and communication and the expressive ability of speech production.
Olson, Laurel, "Sensory aids for the profoundly hearing-impaired : a comparison" (1985). Honors Capstones. 996.
Northern Illinois University
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