AR Evidence-based Literature
Abrams, H.B., Hnath-Chisolm, T., & McArdle, R. (2002). A cost utility
analysis of adult group audiologic rehabilitation: are the benefits
worth the cost? Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development,
Caissie R, Campbell MM, Frenette WL, et al. (2005). Clear speech
for adults with a hearing loss: Does intervention with communication
partners make a difference? Journal of the American Academy of
Audiology, 16, 129-139
Chilsolm, T., Abrams H., McArdle, R. (2004). Short and long-term
outcomes of adult audiologic rehabilitation. Ear & Hearing, 25,
Hawkins, D.B. (2005). Effectiveness of counseling-based adult group
aural rehabilitation programs: a systematic review of the evidence.
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 16, 485-493.
Hickson L, Worrall L. (2003). Beyond hearing aid fitting: Improving
communication for older adults. Int J Audiol 42, 2S84-2S91.
Hickson, L., Worrall, L., & Scarinci, N. (2007). A randomized
controlled trial evaluating the Active Communication program for older
people with hearing impairment. Ear & Hearing, 28(2), 212-230.
Kramer S, Allessie G, Dondorp A, et al. (2005). A home education
program for older adults with hearing impairment and their significant
others: A randomized trail evaluating short- and long-term effects.
International Journal of Audiology, 44, 255-264.
Kricos, P.B., & Holmes, A.E. (1996). Efficacy of Audiologic
rehabilitation for older adults. Journal of the American Academy of
Preminger, J.E. (2003). Should significant others be encouraged to
join adult group audiologic rehabilitation classes? Journal of the
American Academy of Audiology, 14, 545–555.
Sweetow, R. and Palmer, C.V. (2005). Efficacy of individual
auditory training in adults: a systematic review of the evidence.
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 16, 494-504.
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