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By Brad A. Stach

No matter if you're making plans a occupation as an audiologist or speech-language pathologist, medical Audiology: An advent, 2d version, is the main accomplished, easy-to-understand booklet designed to offer you the scientific wisdom base had to enhance on your selected occupation. insurance of audiology fundamentals is generally established and contains themes resembling listening to tools, numerous review strategies, and the therapy approach, with a view to provide you with a well-rounded view of the medical perform of audiology.

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24 CHAPTER 1 THE PROFESSION OF AUDIOLOGY IN THE UNITED STATES With these exceptions, the majority of individuals who have hearing impairment do not have speech and language disorders. Similarly, the majority of individuals who have speech and language disorders do not have hearing impairment. Nevertheless, professionals in both audiology and speech-language pathology understand the interdependence of hearing, speech, and language. Thus, during audiologic evaluations, particularly in children, it is important to include an informal screening of speech and language.

The audiologist serves as the resource for school personnel in matters pertaining to classroom acoustics, assistive listening systems, and communicative strategies. The audiologist maintains both classroom assistive systems and personal hearing devices. The audiologist serves on the team that makes decisions concerning an individual child’s educational setting and special requirements. The audiologist also participates actively in the management of all children with hearing disorders of all varieties in the educational setting.

Audiologists often play an important role in what is known as industrial hearing conservation. Exposure to noise in job settings is pervasive. According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, as many as 30 million workers in the United States are exposed to hazardous levels of noise. As a result, occupational safety and health standards have been developed to protect workers from noise exposure, and audiologists are often involved in assisting industry in meeting those standards.

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