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hearing aids, the sources of hearing aids, insurance coverage for hearing aids, a trial period for hearing aid use, and the steps involved in determining whether hearing aids can be beneficial. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Hearing Loss. Hearing Aids. Equipment and Supplies. Hearing Aid Dispensing. Audiologists. Hearing Evaluation. Consumer Information. Assistive Listening Devices. Communication Strategies. Telephone. Costs. Health Insurance. Quality of Life. Communication Disorders. Adjustment. Patient Selection. Patient Education.

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Don Johnston: Solutions for Students With Disabilities.

Source: Volo, IL: Don Johnston, Inc. 200x. 63 p. Availability: Available from Don Johnston, Inc. 26799 West Commerce Drive, Volo, IL 60073. (800) 999-4660. Fax: (847) 740-7326. PRICE: Single copy free. Language: English. Abstract: This catalog lists products designed to enhance literacy, communication, and computer access for people with special needs. Products listed include word processors, software for emergent literacy, single switch software, interactive CD-ROM programs, symbol sets on the Macintosh, alternative keyboards, assistive hardware, Apple II products, switches and mounting systems, symbol sets and communication, resource materials, and assessment materials. Products are described in detail and illustrated with full-color photographs; pricing information and system requirements are noted. Subject Category: Hearing. Language. Descriptors: Communication Devices. Augmentative and Assistive Communication Devices. Speech Enhancement Devices. Equipment and Supplies. Software. Writing. Reading Skills. Literacy. Instructional Materials.

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NFSS Communications [Assistive Listening Devices Catalog].

Source: Silver Spring, MD: Nationwide Flashing Signal Systems, Inc. 200x. [25 p.]. Availability: Available from Nationwide Flashing Signal Systems, Inc. 8120 Fenton Street, Silver Spring, MD 20910. Voice/TTY (888) 589-6670. Fax: (301) 589-5153. E-mail: sales@nfss.com. Website: www.nfss.com. PRICE: Single copy free. Language: English. Abstract: This catalog lists assistive devices available through the Nationwide Flashing Signal Systems (NFSS) company. Products listed include: telecommunication devices (TTYs), a voice/TTY answering machine, the ADA compliance hotel kit, CUP-LER, doorbell and phone signalers, doorbell and phone accessories, wireless receivers, a wireless baby cry signaler, Alertmaster wireless notification system, smoke detectors, a hard-wired fire bell visual system, a wireless vibrating personal pager, a door knock beacon, wake-up alarm systems, special devices for the hard of hearing, the Audiolink personal listening system, and the ILY vase. Each item is described and illustrated with a black-and- white photograph; a separate price list and order form is included. The catalog also includes information about books, videos and software. NFSS also has an authorized repair center and can repair assistive devices such as closed caption decoders, alerting devices, and answering machines. Subject Category: Hearing. Speech. Descriptors: Hearing Loss. Deaf Persons. Hearing Impaired Persons. Equipment and Supplies. Assistive Devices. TDD-TT. Amplifiers. Assistive Listening Devices. Telecommunication. Telephone. Tactile Aids. Alerting Devices.

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Super Duper Publications: Fun Speech and Language

Materials.

Source: Greenville, SC: Super Duper Publications. 200x. 193 p. Availability: Available from Super Duper Publications. Department SD 2000, P.O. Box 24997, Greenville, SC 29616-2497. (800) 277-8737. Fax: (800) 978-7379. E-mail: custserv@superduperinc.com. Website: www.superduperinc.com. PRICE: Single copy free. Language: English. Abstract: This brightly-colored catalog from Super Duper Publications offers speech and language materials for speech language pathologists and audiologists. It includes materials for articulation and phonology, augmentative communication, better speech and hearing, language skills, math skills, rehabilitation, motivation, oral motor skills, and sign language.

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These materials include books, equipment and supplies, games, Hanen Program resources, open-ended game boards, posters, bulletin boards, prizes, workbooks, stickers, tests, and Webber cards. Each item has an illustration with a full-color photograph or a line drawing, a description that includes the recommended grade level, and the pricing information. An order form and ordering instructions are also provided. Subject Category: Hearing. Speech. Language. Balance. Voice. Descriptors: Equipment and Supplies. Instructional Materials. Speech Language Pathology. Audiology. Rehabilitation. Patient Care Team. Language Skills. Mathematics. Motivation. Games. Motor Skills. Psychosocial Factors. Professional-Patient Relations. Sign Language. Assessment Instruments. Audiovisual Materials.

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Free Call, Free Consultation, Free Information To Help

Business, Government Services, and Places of Public

Accommodation Meet the Requirements of the Americans With

Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).

Source: Morgantown, WV: Job Accommodation Network. 200x. [2 p.]. Availability: Available from Job Accommodation Network. West Virginia University, P.O. Box 6080, Morgantown, WV 26506-6080. Voice/TTY: (800) 526-7234. E-mail: jan@jan.icdi.wvu.edu. Website: www.jan.wvu.edu. PRICE: Single copy free. Language: English. Abstract: This brochure describes the Job Accommodation Network (JAN), an international toll free consulting service that provides information about job accommodation and the employability of people with functional limitations. This brochure focuses on the ADA WORK calling line, staffed by the JAN, which offers information on reasonable accommodations, assistance in construction and renovation specifications, and referral to other Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) information agencies. The ADA WORK line is designed to help businesses, government services, and places of public accommodation meet the requirements of the ADA (1990). Answered by professional consultants, the ADA WORK line can offer technical information about requirements of barrier free access and other issues; ideas on how to change applicant interviewing procedures, job descriptions, and employment policies; information about thousands of manufactured products; and current information about other service agencies, training programs, and funding sources. The ADA WORK line number is 800-232- 9675 (voice or TTY). The brochure includes a tear off business card with the telephone number of the ADA WORK line. Subject Category: Hearing. Speech. Language. Descriptors: Americans With Disabilities Act. Employment. Guidelines. Accommodations. Workplace. Disabilities. Information Resources. Legal Factors. Training Programs. Communication Disorders. Accommodations. Accessibility. Costs. Hearing Loss. Speech Disorders. Language Disorders. Physical Disabilities.

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Free Call, Free Consultation, Free Information About Job

Accommodation Strategies and the Employability of People With

Disabilities.

Source: Morgantown, WV: Job Accommodation Network. 200x. [2 p.]. Availability: Available from Job Accommodation Network. West Virginia University, P.O. Box 6080, Morgantown, WV 26506-6080. Voice/TTY (800) 526-7234. E-mail: jan@jan.icdi.wvu.edu. Website: www.jan.wvu.edu. PRICE: Single copy free. Language: English. Abstract: This brochure describes the Job Accommodation Network (JAN), an international toll free consulting service that provides information about job accommodation and the employability of people with functional limitations. This brochure explains how the JAN can help employees, employers, and others understand reasonable accommodations as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990). The services offered by JAN include toll free lines in the United States and Canada; services in English, French or Spanish (voice or TTY); consultants who are knowledgeable about a wide range of functional limitations and capabilities of persons with disabilities; information about accommodation strategies, methods, and manufactured devices; information in special formats (braille, large print, tape, disk); and a website that includes documents on accommodation ideas, the ADA and related topics, links to other useful sites, and an e-mail option. The brochure reminds readers of the potential benefits of job accommodations. The JAN number is 800-526-7234 (voice or TTY). The brochure includes a tear off business card with the telephone number of

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