This book is written for adults to read with children and teens. The text encourages dialogue about the condition through the use of colourful illustrations presenting daily family life of people with hearing loss. Hearing problems among people of all ages are discussed in simple language and adults are provided with questions to ask children/teens to encourage conversation about the condition. Facts are supplied to help readers answer questions with greater ease, and specific terms are explained in the margins as glossary words. Some of the topics covered: How sound travels; First symptoms of hearing loss; Some causes of hearing loss; Coping with hearing loss; Hearing aids; Sign Language; The Ear; Hearing tests; Heredity; Closed caption televisions; Therapy dogs; Auditory verbal therapy.
Nana, Can You Hear Me? A Guide for Families & Children
Paperback (20 Jun 2008) | English
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