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Rationale: To determine communication status, auditory perceptual assessments are administered by Audiologists and SLPs. All clinicians seeing individuals who are identified with, or at-risk for, an a

Rationale: To determine communication status, auditory perceptual assessments are administered by Audiologists and SLPs. All clinicians seeing individuals who are identified with, or at-risk for, an auditory-related communication disorder should have a thorough working knowledge of these assessments, and of how to use and include them in the assessment and management of clients across the lifespan. They may be utilized both pre and post intervention. They may assess a person’s suitability for technology. They may identify areas of need, and they may help us to establish overall communication status.

Once baseline information has been obtained utilizing an auditory perceptual assessment, Auditory Training can be administered and overseen by Audiologists and SLPs. All clinicians must therefore have a working knowledge of Auditory Training and how to incorporate it into the management of clients of all ages. Auditory Training has been associated with maximizing residual hearing, enhancing benefits from technology, improving listening and processing skills, and positively impacting quality of life.

Each student is to research three topics: answer each question separately and separate each one in groups   

1. CHILD Questionnaire

2. Speech Tracking Auditory Training Approach

3. Words in Noise Test (WIN)

Identify if the tool is for use in the assessment in auditory perception or Auditory Training

A description of the test, its format and who it is intended for (2 pts)
Who made the test and for what purpose was the assessment created? (2 pts)
How does a clinician implement the test? (2 pts)
Share benefits and negatives of the assessment (2 pts)
Can the assessment be used as a baseline and an outcome measure? If so, how? If not, why? (2 pts)

Rationale: To determine communication status, auditory perceptual assessments are administered by Audiologists and SLPs. All clinicians seeing individuals who are identified with, or at-risk for, an a
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