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Reactions and Responses to the Diagnosis of a Progressive Hearing Loss in Adults
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2009)
Being given the diagnosis of a disability generally affects an individual's emotional state, however, this has not previously been investigated with respect to audiology and the diagnosis of hearing loss. The first aim of ...
Late cochlear implanted adults with prelingual deafness in Southern New Zealand: exploring their long-term needs
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2015)
Background: To date, there is a lack of research that has focused on the needs of late cochlear implanted adults with prelingual deafness. The specific study aims were: (1) to explore the met and unmet long-term needs of ...
Motivation for hearing aid uptake amongst Malay adults in the Klang Valley, Malaysia.
(University of Canterbury, 2016)
Hearing rehabilitation is not a straightforward process as evident from established factors influencing adults’ rehabilitation decision. However, it cannot be assumed that the factors identified apply to Malaysian malay ...