Author: R. B. Niven,D. B. Fry,Edith Whetnall
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann (December 31, 1965)
Category: Social Sciences
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With Professor D. B. Fry she had produced a Medical Monograph The Deaf Child which epitomised for professional readers their experience at the Audiology Unit (now the Nuffield Hearing and Speech Centre) of the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital.
Learning to Hear provides an introduction to the best methods of early detection of deafness. This book discusses the approach to the problems of congenital deafness
Learning to Hear provides an introduction to the best methods of early detection of deafness. This book discusses the approach to the problems of congenital deafness. Organized into nine chapters, this book begins with an overview of the anatomy, physiology, and psychology of hearing and speech. This text then presents some basic ideas about the way in which speech works and shows the reasons why the position of the deaf child is by no means as hopeless as it would first appear
Learning To Hear book.
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Whetnall and Fry challenged the assumption that severely deaf children would not learn to speak. 1948 also saw the emergence of hearing aids that could be used to boost any child's remaining hearing making such an approach simpler. They had noticed that some profoundly deaf children did speak and this was because their mothers had recognised their condition early and they had spoken directly into their child's ear. This would be called auditory training. In 1953 she started a hostel in Ealing where mothers with deaf children could stay whilst their children were tested and the mother was given training
The Journal of laryngology and otology.
The Journal of laryngology and otology. The auditory approach in the training of deaf children. Philosophical Analysis. By James Burnham and Philip Wheelwright.
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Dennis Fry was the leading British experimental phonetician of the third quarter of the twentieth century. One practical application of Fry's work was in relation to the hearing-impaired: his book The Deaf Child (with E. Whetnall), first published in 1964, is still in print.