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Pediatric audiology:Hearing loss in children and Re/habilitative approaches

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by Ayse Sanem SAHLI,Erol BELGIN : ISBN Number : 978- 81-937870-4-5

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Ayse Sanem SAHLI

Assoc. Prof. Ayse Sanem SAHLI, PhD-MSc
She is a faculty member of Hacettepe University. She graduated
from Hacettepe University as the first in 2000. She was awarded
the ‘Hacettepe University Science Award’ in 2016 for his academic
work in the field of Audiology and Speech Disorders. She earned
‘Master of Science degree’ at Hacettepe University, Institute of
Health Sciences, Department of Otorhinolaryngology,
‘Educational Audiology’ in 2005 and ‘Doctorate degree’ in the
same program in 2010 and she received “Assoc Prof” title in field
of Audiology in 2012. In the year of 2016, she made his second master degree in the field of
‘Audiology and Speech Disorders’ program. She is General Secretary of the Hearing Speech
Scientists Association and she has been continuing her vocational and academic studies as
staff in Hacettepe University Vocational School of Health Services Hearing and Speech
Education Center.

Erol BELGIN

Prof. Erol BELGIN, PhD
He went into Hacettepe University, Ear, Nose and Throat
Department as an assistant in 1968, had a master degree in 1971
and doctorate degree (PhD) of Audiology in 1975. He became
associate professor in 1982, and professor in 1988 in the same
department. He became the leader to initialising and
implementing of Audiology and Speech Pathology and
Educational Audiology Master’ programs which started first time
i n H a c e t t e p e U n i v e r s i t y . H e h a s o v e r o f 1 7 0
(national/international) scientific studies and a number of books/autorships of book chapter
and managed more than 70 master and doctorate thesis by this time. He is Head of the Hearing
Speech Scientists Association and he has been continuing her vocational and academic
studies as staff in Istanbul Medipol University Faculty of Health Sciences Audiology
Department.

1) Introduction
The sense of hearing, speech, and language development are very important for
communication and learning. The importance of the hearing in life is explained by
Ewings (1961) as follows;
1. Hearing is an ongoing source of information about events in our near physical vicinity.
2. It provides the reception of warning signals which are important for physical security.
3. Helps the person to gain and maintain physical skills.
4. It forms a bond with the rest of the world, instinctively becoming an emotional bond
that contributes to mental health and provides social comfort (Pollack et al, 1997).

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Weight 1.1 kg
Dimensions 1.1 x 0.5 x 0.5 cm

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