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2 Educational Audiology Resource for Reducing Interference in Noisy Groups -ACCESS Achieving Clear Communication Employing Sound Solutions Edited by Linda M. Thibodeau University of Texas at Dallas Sponsored by Phonak Hearing Systems

3 This CD ROM contains three sets of Resources:  Audio Demonstrations Audio Demonstrations Audio Demonstrations  Assessment Inventories Assessment Inventories Assessment Inventories  Implementation Tools Implementation Tools Implementation Tools  CD Contributors CD Contributors CD Contributors Simply click on the one you want to explore.

4 AUDIO DEMONSTRATIONS Simply click on the one you want to explore.  Simulations of Hearing Loss Simulations of Hearing Loss Simulations of Hearing Loss(Berlin)  Educational Needs of Students with Hearing Loss Educational Needs of Students with Hearing Loss Educational Needs of Students with Hearing Loss (Texas Education Service Center-Region X)  Simulations of FM Systems Simulations of FM Systems Simulations of FM Systems(Thibodeau)  Simulations of Cochlear Implants Simulations of Cochlear Implants Simulations of Cochlear Implants(Loizou)  Simulations of Auditory Neuropathy Simulations of Auditory Neuropathy Simulations of Auditory Neuropathy (Fan Geng Zeng)  Classroom Noise Classroom Noise Classroom Noise(Schafer) Back to Main Menu

5 ASSESSMENT INVENTORIES Simply click on the one you want to explore.  LIFE: Listening Inventory For Education (Anderson and Smaldino)  Teachers Teachers  Students Students  FM Listening Evaluation for Children FM Listening Evaluation for Children FM Listening Evaluation for Children(Johnson)  Preschool/Kindergarten Placement Checklist Preschool/Kindergarten Placement Checklist Preschool/Kindergarten Placement Checklist(Johnson)  FAPI:Functional Auditory Performance Indicators FAPI:Functional Auditory Performance Indicators FAPI:Functional Auditory Performance Indicators(Brown)  ELF: Early Listening Function Questionnaire ELF: Early Listening Function Questionnaire ELF: Early Listening Function Questionnaire (Anderson) (Anderson) Back to Main Menu

6 IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS Simply click on the one you want to explore. Model of Room Acoustics Model of Room Acoustics(Boothroyd) FM and CI Evaluation Protocol FM and CI Evaluation Protocol(Madell) FM Implementation Forms FM Implementation Forms(Thibodeau) FM Recommendation Form FM Recommendation Form(Thibodeau) ASHA Guidelines for Fitting and Monitoring FM Systems ASHA Guidelines for Fitting and Monitoring FM Systems (Copyright by ASHA, Provided with Permission) Back to Main Menu

7 Simulations of Hearing Loss Click on the Audiogram to hear the demo. Back to Audio Menu High Pass, 500 Hz High Pass, 2000, Hz Low Pass, 500 Hz Low Pass, 2000 Hz Hearing loss samples used by permission and taken from: "Hair Cells and Hearing Aids" C.I. Berlin, Ph.D., Editor (Singular Publishing Group 1995) Demonstrations played during 1994 Kresge "Hair Cell-a-bration" Selections: Mead C. Killion.

8 Educational Needs of Students with Hearing Loss Click here for Click here for PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation (Also contains an Unfair Spelling Test) Back to Audio Menu

9 Simulations of Cochlear Implants 1 CHANNELORIGINALPROCESSED 4 CHANNELORIGINALPROCESSED 8 CHANNEL ORIGINALPROCESSED Click on the speaker to hear the demo. Back to Audio Menu

10 Simulations of FM Systems Click on the description to hear the demo. Hearing Aid Only-No FM Hearing Aid Only-No FM Back to Audio Menu FM Only Recordings FM Only Recordings Lapel Omni Directional Microphone Lapel Omni Directional MicrophoneLapel Omni Directional MicrophoneLapel Omni Directional Microphone Lapel Directional Microphone Lapel Directional MicrophoneLapel Directional MicrophoneLapel Directional Microphone Mini-boom Microphone Mini-boom MicrophoneMini-boom MicrophoneMini-boom Microphone FM+HA Recordings Lapel Omni Directional Microphone Lapel Omni Directional Microphone Lapel Directional Microphone Lapel Directional Microphone Mini-boom Microphone Mini-boom Microphone

11 Simulations of Auditory Neuropathy Click on the simulation to hear the demo. For the first simulation of neuropathy a sentence will be repeated 5 times; starting with the original recording followed by progressively more severe neuropathies. In second simulation of neuropathy, another sentence is presented in the reverse order. More information regarding this simulation can be found in a paper by Zeng, Oba, Garde, Sininger, and Starr (1999). Temporal and speech processing deficits in auditory neuropathy, NeuroReport, 10, For the first simulation of neuropathy a sentence will be repeated 5 times; starting with the original recording followed by progressively more severe neuropathies. In second simulation of neuropathy, another sentence is presented in the reverse order. More information regarding this simulation can be found in a paper by Zeng, Oba, Garde, Sininger, and Starr (1999). Temporal and speech processing deficits in auditory neuropathy, NeuroReport, 10, Auditory NeuropathyAuditory Neuropathy Simulation 1 Simulation 2 Simulation 1 Simulation 2Simulation 1Simulation 2Simulation 1Simulation 2 Back to Audio Menu

12 CLASSROOM NOISE Click here for Click here for Sounds from Four Classrooms Sounds from Four Classrooms Mixed Together Mixed Together Back to Audio Menu

13 CONTRIBUTORS Back to Menu Karen L. Anderson, Ph.D. Florida Dept. Health – Bureau of Early Interventions 4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin A06, Tallahassee, FL Voice: (850) x Charles I. Berlin, Ph.D. Clinical Professor of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 533 Bolivar St. Fifth Floor, New Orleans, LA Voice :(504) , Fax: (504) Arthur Boothroyd 2550 Brant Street, San Diego, CA Arlene Stredler Brown, CCC-SLP, CED Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences 2501 Kittredge Loop Road, Campus Box 409 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO Voice: (303) , Fax: (303) Cheryl DeConde Johnson, Ed.D. Senior Consultant, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Disabilities and Audiology Services Colorado Department of Education 201 E. Colfax Ave, Denver, CO Voice: (303) Philip C. Loizou, Ph.D. Associate ProfessorDepartment of Electrical Engineering University of Texas at Dallas P.O.Box , EC 33, Richardson, TX Voice : (972) , FAX : (972) Jane R. Madell, Ph.D. Director, Hearing and Learning Center Beth Israel Medical Center, 10 Union Square East New York, NY Voice: , Fax: : Erin Schafer, M.S., CCC/A Special Education Audiologist Plano Independent School District 3540 E. 14th St., Plano, TX Voice: (469) , Fax: (469) : Linda M. Thibodeau, Ph.D. University of Texas at Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders 1966 Inwood Rd. Dallas, TX Voice: (214) Fax: (214) :http//www.utdallas.edu/~thib WebPage:http//www.utdallas.edu/~thib The assistance of Paul Dybala and Deborah Saverance in the preparation of this CD ROM is gratefully acknowledged.


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