Mary Beth Jennings, MCISc
Brenda G Head, MA
Resident and staff education programs were an integral part of an ecological audiologic rehabilitation program which was carried out over a 12-month period in a home for the aged. Education focused on empowering communication participants through recognition of communication problems and development of the skills needed to overcome them. A client-centred approach was used, allowing tailoring of the program to individual needs.
Les programmes d'éducation des bénéficiaires et du personnel faisaient partie intégrante d'un programme de <
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