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Summary

Meniere’s disease is one of the more incapacitating things you can experience. If you suffer from your world spinning and have a fluctuating hearing loss together with noises in your ears, this book is for you. It explains what is known about Meniere’s, its causes and the best treatments available today. There are lots of hints that you can try out for yourself to reduce or eliminate the effects of Meniere’s disease. Since everyone is different, see what works for you.

Author
Neil G. Bauman
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Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2011
Summary

Have trouble hearing? Ears ringing? Room spinning? Dizzy? Find out quickly if your medications may be the culprits! The third edition of "Ototoxic Drugs Exposed" reveals the shocking truth about the specific ear-damaging effects of more than 1,000 drugs, herbals and chemicals. Just as importantly, it reveals the factors that can put your ears at higher risk, and explains how you can help reduce this risk in order to help protect your ears from the sneak attacks of ear-damaging agents.

Author
Neil G. Bauman
Imprint
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2010
Summary

When you lose your hearing you need to grieve. This is not optional—but critical to your continued mental and physical health. This book leads you through the process of dealing with the grief and pain you experience as a result of your hearing loss. It explains what you are going through each step of the way. It gives you hope when you are in the depths of despair and depression. It shows you how you can lead a happy vibrant life again in spite of your hearing loss. This book has helped many.

Author
Neil G. Bauman
Imprint
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2011
Summary

Hearing loss often blind-sides you. As a result, your first step should be to learn as much as you can about your hearing loss; then you will be able to cope better. This most interesting book explains how your ears work, the causes of hearing loss, what you can expect to hear with different levels of hearing loss and why you often can’t understand what you hear. Lots of audiograms and charts help make things clear. You will also discover a lot of fascinating things about how loud noises damage your ears.

Author
Neil Bauman
Imprint
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c1998, 2011
Summary

Communicating is important to all of us. When communication breaks down, we all suffer. For hard of hearing people, this happens all the time. This book is for you-whether you are hearing or hard of hearing! It explains how to communicate with hard of hearing people in one-to-one situations, in groups and meetings, in emergency situations, and in hospitals and nursing homes. When you use the principles given in this book, you will be able to have a comfortable chat with a hard of hearing person.

Author
Neil G. Bauman
Imprint
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2011
Summary

If some (or all) normal sounds seem so loud they “blow your socks off”, this is the book you want to read! You don't have to avoid noise or lock yourself away in a sound-proof room. Discover which common drugs doctors prescribe that can cause hyperacusis. Learn the difference between hyperacusis, recruitment, phonophobia and hyperacute hearing. Exciting new research on this previously baffling problem reveals what you can do to help bring your hyperacusis under control.

Author
Neil Bauman
Imprint
Stewartstown, Pa.: Integrity First Publications, 2011
Summary

A series of seven 4-minute captioned videos produced by HLAA and Knowlera Media.  The videos provide accurate information about hearing loss and what can be done about it:
   1.  Hearing Loss Basic Facts
   2.  Hearing Loss Symptoms
   3.  Hearing Loss Diagnosis
   4.  Hearing Loss Treatments
   5.  Living with Hearing Loss
   6.   Hearing Loss Causes and Prevention
   7.  Hearing Aids, Cochlear Implants and Assistive Listening Devices

(Closed Captioned)

Author
Hearing Loss Association of America
Imprint
Bethesda, Maryland: Hearing Loss Association of America, 2010(?)
Summary

Each colorful card shows your child:

  • A photo of Rachel making an ASL sign
  • a written description of how to make the sign for extra clarity
  • an illustration representing the word  (find Hopkins!)
  • the printed word in large print for beginning readers
  • the word used in a sentence for more advanced readers
Author
Two Little Hands Productions
Imprint
Salt Lake City, Utah: Two Little Hands Productions, c2006
Summary

Each colorful card shows your child:

  • A photo of Rachel making an ASL sign
  • a written description of how to make the sign for extra clarity
  • an illustration representing the word  (find Hopkins!)
  • the printed word in large print for beginning readers
  • the word used in a sentence for more advanced readers
Author
Two Little Hands Productions
Imprint
Salt Lake City, Utah: Two Little Hands Productions, c2006
Summary

Each colorful card shows your child:

  • A photo of Rachel making an ASL sign
  • a written description of how to make the sign for extra clarity
  • an illustration representing the word  (find Hopkins!)
  • the printed word in large print for beginning readers
  • the word used in a sentence for more advanced readers
Author
Two Little Hands Productions
Imprint
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 2010
Summary

Each colorful card shows your child:

  • A photo of Rachel making an ASL sign
  • a written description of how to make the sign for extra clarity
  • an illustration representing the word  (find Hopkins!)
  • the printed word in large print for beginning readers
  • the word used in a sentence for more advanced readers
Author
Two Little Hands Productions
Imprint
Salt Lake City, Utah: Two Little Hands Productions, c2006
Summary

Each colorful card shows your child:

  • A photo of Rachel making an ASL sign
  • a written description of how to make the sign for extra clarity
  • an illustration representing the word  (find Hopkins!)
  • the printed word in large print for beginning readers
  • the word used in a sentence for more advanced readers
Author
Two Little Hands Production
Imprint
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 2010
Summary

Now, Jack R. Gannon’s original groundbreaking volume on Deaf history and culture is available once again. In Deaf Heritage: A Narrative History of Deaf America, Gannon brought together for the first time the story of the Deaf experience in America from a Deaf perspective. Recognizing the need to document the multifaceted history of this unique minority with its distinctive visual culture, he painstakingly gathered as much material as he could on Deaf American life.

Author
Jack R. Gannon
Imprint
Washington, DC : Gallaudet University Press, 2012
Summary

This text is intended for graduate level training programs for professionals who work with children who have hearing loss and their families (teachers, therapists, speech-language pathologists, and audiologists.) In addition, the book will be of great interest to undergraduate speech-language-hearing programs, early childhood education and intervention programs, and parents of children who have hearing loss.

Author
Elizabeth Cole, Carol Flexer
Imprint
San Diego, CA: Plural Pub., c2011
Summary

Deaf-Blind Reality: Living the Life explores what life is really like for persons with a combination of vision and hearing loss, and in a few cases, other disabilities as well. Editor Scott M. Stoffel presents extensive interviews with 12 deaf-blind individuals, including himself, who live around the world, from Missouri to New Zealand, Louisiana to South Africa, and Ohio to England.

Author
Scott M. Stoffel
Imprint
Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press, c2012
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Summary

“Thirty-seven years ago, I vowed to write a truthful book about raising a deaf child.” Rebecca Willman Gernon followed through on her promise with her deaf daughter Amy Willman in this extraordinary new narrative. Many stories have been told about a parent’s struggle to help her deaf child succeed in a mostly hearing world. Amy Signs marks a signature departure in that both Rebecca and Amy relate their perspectives on their journey together.

Author
Rebecca Willman Gernon; Amy Willman
Imprint
Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press, c2012
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Summary

For audiologists in clinic, for school-based audiologists and speech-language pathologists, and for special educators, the wisdom and many years experience shared here make this book an essential and practical guide to the effective management of hearing loss in children.

Author
Arthur Boothroyd, Janice Gatty
Imprint
San Diego, Cali.: Plural Pub., c2012
Summary

This study emphasizes the importance of family support for deaf members, particularly through the use of both American Sign Language (ASL) and spoken and/or written English. Research has shown how these factors influence such areas as a child’s development, performance in school, and relationships with brothers and sisters. In this volume, authors Barbara Bodner-Johnson and Beth S. Benedict concentrate on the vital, positive effects of bilingualism and how families that share their experiences with other families can enhance all of their children’s achievement and enrichment.

Author
Barbara Bodner-Johnson, Beth Sonnenstrahl Benedict
Imprint
Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press, c2012
Summary

Babcock’s book is based on the resulting study of tutoring writing in the college context with both deaf and hearing students and their tutors. She describes sessions in detail between deaf students, hearing tutors, and the interpreters that help them communicate, using a variety of English or contact signing rather than ASL in the tutorials. These experiences illustrate the key differences between deaf-hearing and hearing-hearing tutorials and suggest ways to modify tutoring and tutor-training practices accordingly.

Author
Rebecca Day Babcock
Imprint
Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press, 2012
Summary

This valuable DVD features a practice exam that provides interview and performance vignettes that are representative of the current exam format. The practice DVD also allows NIC candidates another layer of preparation in applying practical analytical and critical thinking skills so the NIC candidate can enter the testing site with a greater sense of comfort and knowledge of the exam flow and timing. The 2nd edition of the NAD-RID NIC Practice DVD gives candidates the opportunity to gauge their progress, put skills into practice, and prepare for exam day.

Author
RID
Imprint
Alexandria, Va.: National Association of the Deaf: Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, 2013