This goal of this study was to develop a brief self-assessment screening that could be used as part of a rehabilitative needs assessment. The authors concluded the two scales they developed (communication problems & psychosocial adjustment to hearing impairment) can be used to screen for communication and adjustment problems that warrant a comprehensive rehabilitative assessment. (Demorest, Wark & Erdman. 2011. American Journal of Audiology, 20, 100-110).
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