presence of otoacoustic emissions in profoundly deaf child (fwd)

Alan Sias arsias at cyberport.net
Sun Sep 17 19:14:10 EST 1995


There is a device called "teacher" that was being developed by a 
gentleman in Washington (Spokane, I think).  It showed some promise.  I 
had a friend with a child that has Waardenburg's syndrome and was deaf.  
The only reason they didn't go with it is the inventor is...  um... less 
than socially adept.

If you are interested email, and I'll try to get the info for you.

Alan Sias
Audiology Services for Montana
arsias at cyberport.net




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