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Auditory-Verbal International (1989, 1991, 1993). Suggested protocol for audiological and hearing aid evaluation.

Auditory-Verbal International (1990). Helping hearing-impaired children learn to listen and speak.

Auditory-Verbal International (1991). Auditory-verbal position statement.

Auditory-Verbal International (1993). AVI principles and rules of ethics.

Auditory-Verbal International (1988). AVI Scope of Practice.

Auditory-Verbal Network (1998). A parent's guide to auditory-verbal therapy.

Beebe, H. (1953). A guide to help the severely hard of hearing child: Testing their hearing/Ways to develop normal speech. Basel, Switzerland: S. Karger.

Beebe, H. (1978). deaf children can learn to hear. Journal of Communication Disorders, 11, 193-200.

Cole, E., & Gregory, H. (Eds.). (1986). Auditory learning. The Volta Review, 88 (5) ( Monograph).

Ernst, M. (1997). (Ed.). Using audition to develop spoken language in children with severe and profound hearing loss. Seminars in Hearing, 18, 213-310. (Issue).

Estabrooks, W. (1993). Still listening . . . auditory-verbal therapy for older children. The Volta Review, 95 (3), 231-252.

Estabrooks, W. (1994). Auditory-verbal therapy: For parents and professionals. Washington, D.C.: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf.

Estabrooks, W. (1994). Learning to listen/communicate is basic to child's therapy. Hearing Instruments, 45 (10), 11-12.

Estabrooks, W. & Schwartz, R. (1995). ABCs of AVT: Analyzing Auditory-Verbal Therapy (videotape and manual).

Ewing, I.R., & Ewing, A.W.G. (1954). Speech and the deaf child. Washington, DC: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf.

Flexer, C. (1994) Facilitating hearing and listening in young children. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group.

Goldberg, D.M. (Ed.). (1993). Auditory-verbal philosophy: a tutorial. The Volta Review, 95 (3), 181-264.

Goldberg, D.M. (1993). Outcome survey of auditory-verbal graduates: A study of clinical efficacy. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 4, 189-200.

Griffiths, C. (Ed.). (1974). Proceedings of the First International Conference on Auditory Techniques. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Ling, D. (1989). Foundations of spoken language for hearing-impaired children. Washington, D.C.: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf.

Ling, D. (1993). Auditory-verbal options for children with hearing impairment: Helping to pioneer an applied science. The Volta Review, 95 (3), 187-196.

Ling, D. (with M. Killion, C. Berlin, & E. Vilchur) (1996). Acoustics, audition, and speech reception. Alexandria, VA: Auditory-Verbal International (videotape).

Ling, D., & Ling, A. (1978). Aural Habilitation: The verbal foundations of learning in hearing-impaired children. Washington, D.C.: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf.

Mangiardi, A. (1995). 25 Ways to promote spoken language in your child with a hearing loss. Washington, DC: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf.

Marlowe, J. (1993). Audiologic assessment and management in the auditory-verbal approach. The Volta Review, 95 (3), 205-215.

Natural Communication, Inc. (1992). I can hear. Washington, DC: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf (videotape).

Natural Communication, Inc. (1996). I can hear II. Washington. DC: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf (videotape).

Natural Communication, Inc. (with C. Flexer and C. Richards) (1998). We CAN hear and speak: The power of auditory-verbal communication for children who are hearing impaired or deaf. Washington, DC: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf.

Pollack, D. (1970). Educational audiology for the limited hearing infant. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Pollac, D. (1981). Teaching strategies for the development of auditory-verbal communication. Washington, DC: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf (videotape series).

Pollack, D. (1993). Reflections of a pioneer. The Volta Review, 95 (3), 197-204.

Pollack, D., Goldberg, D.M., & Caleffe-Schenk, N. (1997). Educational audiology for the limited-hearing infant and preschooler: An auditory-verbal program. (3rd ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Rhoades, E. (1982). Early intervention and development of communicative skills for deaf children using an auditory-verbal approach. In Language disorders of hearing-impaired children. Topics in Language Disorders, 2 (3). Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publishers.

Robertson, L., & Flexer, C. 91993). Reading development: A parent survey of children with hearing impairment who developed speech and language through the auditory-verbal method. The Volta Review, 95 (3), 251-261.

Simser, J. (1993). Auditory-verbal intervention: Infants and toddlers. The Volta Review, 95 (3), 217-229.

Stewart, J. & Pollack, D. (1964). A unisensory program for the limited hearing child. American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, 6 (5).

Tyler, R. (1990). Speech perception with the Nucleus cochlear implant in children trained with the auditory/verbal approach. The American Journal of Otology, 11 (2), 99-107.

The ABC's of AVT: Analyzing Auditory-Verbal Therapy, a videotape by Warren Estabrooks, M.Ed., and Rhonda Schwartz

Auditory-Verbal Therapy for Cochlear Implant Children, by Dave Sindrey

Auditory-Verbal Therapy for Parents and Professionals, edited by Warren Estabrooks, M.Ed.

Cochlear Implants: A New Beginning, by Bonnie P. Tucker, Esq.

Cochlear Implants for Kids, by Warren Estabrooks, M.Ed.

Do You Hear That?, a videotape by VOICE and the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf.

Educational Audiology for the Limited-Hearing Infant and Pre-Schooler, by Doreen Pollack, Donald M. Goldberg, and Nancy Caleffe-Schenk.

Facilitating Hearing and Listening in Young Children, by Carol Flexer, Ph.D.

IDEA Advocacy for Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: A Question and Answer Book for Parents and Professionals, by Bonnie Tucker, Esq.

Sound Field Amplification: Theory and Practical Applications, by C. Crandall, J. Smaldino, and Carol Flexer, Ph.D.

 
 

 

 

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