Minimal Hearing Impairment: Major Myths With More Than Minimal Implications
This article addresses five commonly stated misperceptions concerning the effects of minimal hearing loss on the education of children. Helping educators and other professionals recognize these and other possible misperceptions is the first step in appropriately educating children with minimal hearing loss. Making educators and other professionals aware of the need for proper diagnoses and management strategies is crucial for the achievement of effective educational outcomes for these children. Furthermore, resolving these misperceptions will assist in reducing the financial and psychosocial costs frequently associated with the education of these children.
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Goldberg, Lynette R., and Cynthia McCormick Richburg. "Minimal hearing impairment: Major myths with more than minimal implications." Communication Disorders Quarterly 25, no. 3 (2004): 152-160.
Communication Disorders Quarterly