AUD 507 - Aural Rehabilitation
Semester Hours: 3
This course provides an advanced level of study of the effects of hearing loss, noise, and reverberation on the process of auditory (and auditory-visual) speech perception. Also discussed are the factors involved in amplification selection (including cochlear implants) and the benefits of assistive listening devices and sensory aids. Issues concerning the Deaf and Deaf Culture are covered, but the emphasis of the course is on auditory approaches to aural (re)habilitative assessment and intervention.
(Formerly Aural Rehabilitation Across the Life Span.)
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