The child with hearing impairment. Implications for theory and practice.

10,00 zł

Data wydania: 2019

Wydawca: AWF Katowice

ISBN 978-83-64036-90-3

Redakcja naukowa: Anna Zwierzchowska, Iwona Sosnowska-Wieczorek, Krzysztof Morawski

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Human beings are endowed with senses which are crucial for the development of cognitive processes, and the information received through them creates the reality and the image of the world. Sensory information provides people with aesthetic, emotional and intellectual experiences. The dysfunction of one of the senses or its complete absence results in receiving untrue (incomplete) information about the surrounding environment, which in turn may cause an imbalance in cognitive and psychological processes as well as changes in psychomotor behaviors leading to minimizing life opportunities and the very quality of life. The most seriously affected by deafness are children, and in particular children with congenital or early childhood damages of the hearing organ. In such cases it is not considered a disease anymore, but a pemanent disability, a burden, which is also associated with sensory-motor problems.

Taking into account the isolation of the Deaf as well as the fact that the problem of deafness concerns people of different ages and the scale of hearing damage is often progressive, deafness is now considered a lifestyle disease. Sękowska (1998) emphasized the fundamental importance of verbal communication for the proper mental, psychological and emotional development as well as for human social adjustment. Therefore, deafness is not only a medical problem, but also a social problem that exposes the escalation of human isolation, pointing to men’s individual problems.

On behalf of the Editors and myself, I would like to encourage you to read the present interdisciplinary book on the child with hearing loss development, first of its kind in Poland. The publication includes articles on holistic approach to therapy while supporting the patient’s development. The result of co-editorial and co-authored work of numerous academics and researchers is a monograph whose contents comprised in the following chapters are supported by knowledge and empirical practice of experts with high scientific and research competences in the fields of medicine, health sciences, physical education, pedagogy, psychology, speech therapy, philosophy, and logistics. The reader will gain knowledge about the skills and therapeutic experience widely utilized in the USA, Canada, Scotland, Germany, Switzerland and Dubai presented in comparison to Polish practice.

The International Academic and Methodological Congress "The Child with Hearing Impairment - Theoretical and Practical Implications”, was part of the social campaign “From Ear to Ear” (“Od ucha do ucha”), which has been organized by the In Corpore Foundation and its Partners since 2016. The Congress took place in Katowice, on September 28-29, 2017. It was organized in substantive cooperation of The Jerzy Kukuczka Academy of Physical Education in Katowice and the In Corpore Foundation, with the support of the Silesian Voivodeship Marshal's Office and the Katowice City Hall, and it gave an impulse for the exchange of ideas and creation of this publication The Editors assumed that this work should have not only an interdisciplinary, academic and didactic character, constituting a compendium of knowledge about the developmental needs of a child with hearing loss, but also substantial research quality. The monograph is addressed to everyone who is not indifferent to understanding the developmental needs of a child with hearing impairment, to parents, teachers and students of medical, paramedical and pedagogical departments.

The book consists of three complementary parts. In the first of these, the reader will find information from the field of medical sciences, an expert perspective, supported by empirical practice in otolaryngology, surgery, cardiology and health sciences. The second part consists of historical and philosophical considerations and therapeutic indications as well as logistic solutions and information on sociological systems supporting the rehabilitation and revalidation processes of children and adults with hearing dysfunctions. The chapters in the third part are the result of broad research in the fields of pedagogy, physical culture, kinesiology, physiology, speech therapy and physiotherapy, taking into account the evolutionary approach to disability issues. The content is devoted to the diagnosis and evaluation of developmental processes, both morphofunctional and educational.

Furthermore, eleven out of twenty chapters of the monograph are in English. The remaining nine are written in Polish and include abstracts in English. The Editors believe that the above can broaden the circle of recipients to foreign students and lecturers who attend or work at Polish medical and pedagogical universities.

On behalf of the Editors

Anna Zwierzchowska

Content

Preface  

Part I Ed. Krzysztof Morawski

Ethiopathogenesis of Development Deprivation in a Child with Hearing Impairment

Krzysztof Morawski Wybrane elementy w zakresie anatomii i fizjologii narządu słuchu oraz zarys diagnostyki i postępowania w przypadku niedosłuchu i głuchoty

Rafael E. Delgado Newborn Hearing Screening

Katarzyna Wojaczyńska-Stanek Centralne zaburzenia przetwarzania słuchowego a afazja. Podobieństwa i różnice

Bronisława Koraszewska – Matuszewska Niedosłuch a dysfunkcja wzroku

Grażyna Markiewicz-Łoskot, Marianna Łoskot Jervell and Lange-Nielsen Syndrome – Autosomal Recessive Long QT Syndrome in Children with Deafness

Krzysztof Morawski, Patrycja Mickiewicz Rola implantu ślimakowego w zaopatrzeniu głębokich uszkodzeń słuchu u dzieci

Part II Ed. Iwona Sosnowska - Wieczorek

Philosophical and Sociological Aspects of Functioning and Development Support of a Person with Hearing Impairment

Leszek Sosnowski Życie jako stała terapia. Holistyczny model wartości bycia w świecie

Małgorzata Jantos Dziecko podmiotem chorującym. Zmiany w myśleniu o dzieciach w nowożytnej Europie

Joanna Brachmaier Cultural Aspects of the Rehabilitation and Treatment of Children with Hearing Loss

Edyta Tomińska-Conte Modernization of the Curriculum as a Challenge for a Modern Educator Using the Example of Romandy

Jacek Szołtysek Modern Cities and the Problem of Citizens with Hearing Disabilities

Katrin Neumann Central Auditory Processing Disorders in Children – Standards of Assessment and Intervention in Germany

Part III Ed. Anna Zwierzchowska

Pedagogical and Therapeutic Aspects of Functioning and Development Support of a Person with Hearing Impairment

Lynn Weissler Miskiel, Kathleen C. Vergara School-Based Auditory Habilitation for Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: The University of Miami Debbie Institute Auditory - Oral Education Program

Katarzyna Ita Bieńkowska, Małgorzata Zaborniak-Sobczak Selected Psychopedagogical Aspects of Parenting a Child with Deafness and the Effects of Speech and Hearing Rehabilitation

Magdalena Szpilman, Krzysztof Morawski Dwujęzyczność – problem interdyscyplinarny Bilingualism – an Interdisciplinary Problem

Ewa Domagała-Zyśk Teaching Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students English as a Foreign Language in Inclusive and Integrated Primary Schools in Poland  

Anna Zwierzchowska, Wojciech Smółka, Aleksandra Żebrowska, Patrycja Wilusz, Andrzej Małecki Balance after Cochlear Implantation in Deaf Children: A Review of the Problems

Aleksandra Żebrowska, Edyta Tominska-Conte, Anna Zwierzchowska Umiejętności werbalne dziecka z niedosłuchem a wydolność układu oddechowego

Katarzyna Rychetsky Trening słuchowy Johansena (IAS) i wybrane terapie wspomagające zaburzenia przetwarzania słuchowego (APD)

Andy Dalziell Bilateral Integration: a Gateway to Achievement Historical Background

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