Publications

Publications

2016

  • Marginis, J. (2016). The effect of anxiety on the emotional match of mother-child dyads in hearing impaired children. (Master of Psychology – Counselling), Curtin University, Bentley, Western Australia.
  • Wong, C., Ching, T., Whitfield, J., & Duncan, J. (2016). Online social participation, social capital and literacy of adolescents with hearing. Deafness & Education International Journal, 18(2), 103-116.

 

2015

  • Lee, V. (2015). Middle ear disease and hearing loss in Indigenous Western Australian children: Analysis of ear health data: 2012 – 2014. (Master of Speech Pathology), Curtin University, Bentley, Western Australia.
  • Monley, P., & Krishnaswamy, J. (Eds.). (2015). Pilbara Ear Health Model of Care including Pilbara Ear Health and Hearing Best Practice Workforce Guidelines. Perth, Western Australia: Telethon Speech & Hearing.
  • Nguyen, J. K. (2015). The incidence of middle ear disease and hearing loss in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in the remote communities of Western Australia: 2012-2014. (Master of Speech Pathology), Curtin University, Bentley, Western Australia.
  • Saetre-Turner, M., Williams, C., & Quail, M. (2015). The quality and quantity of caregiver-child interaction in hearing impaired and normally hearing children. The Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology (JCPSLP), 17, 144-150.
  • Skinner, E. (2015). Early speech development in infants at familial risk of speech sound disorder. (Bachelor of Science – Speech Pathology – with Honours in the School of Psychology and Speech Pathology), Curtin University, Bentley, Western Australia.

 

2014

  • Saetre-Turner, M. (2014). The quality and quantity of caregiver-child interaction in hearing impaired and normally hearing children. (Degree of Bachelor of Science – Speech Pathology), Curtin University, Perth, Australia.
  • Timms, L., Williams, C., Stokes, S. F., & Kane, R. (2014). Literacy skills of Australian Indigenous school children with and without otitis media and hearing loss. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 16, 327-334. doi: 10.3109/17549507.2013.872296

 

2013

  • Brook, L. J. (2013). Analysing a New Mobile Bilateral Audiology Test for Children. (Bachelor of Computer Science – Honours), Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses_hons/102
  • Prentice, A. (2013). A review of screening and monitoring tools completed by classroom teachers in  deaf/hearing impaired education in Australia. (Master of Clinical Audiology), The University of Western Australia Perth, Western Australia.
  • Round, J. L. (2013). The need and uses of the Ida ‘My World’ counselling tool in paediatric rehabilitation for hearing-impaired children. (Master of Clinical Audiology), The University of Western Australia Perth, Western Australia.

 

2012

  • Timms, L., Grauaug, S., & Williams, C. (2012). Middle ear disease and hearing loss in school-aged indigenous Western Australian children.   Asia Pacific Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing, 15, 277-290.

 

Conference Presentations

2016

  • Kishida, Y., & Williams, C. (May, 2016). Using Language Environment Analysis (LENA) in Auditory-Verbal Therapy: Perceptions of parents of children with hearing impairment. Paper presented at the Speech Pathology Australia National Conference – Making Waves, Perth.
  • Krishnaswamy, J., Monley, P., & Kishida, Y. (May, 2016). Impact of education resources packs on the self-reported ear health knowledge of parents, teachers and health professionals in remote regions. Paper presented at the Audiology Australia National Conference 2016: Hearing for Life, Melbourne, Australia.
  • McNally, F., Harmsen, B., Wigham, C., & Macoun, M. (May, 2016). The holistic approach in early intervention. Paper presented at the National Disability Services WA Clinical and Allied Health Forum, Perth, WA.
  • McNally, F., & Kishida, Y. (May, 2016). Language Environment Analysis (LENA) as a therapy tool in the Auditory-Verbal Therapy Early Intervention Program. Paper presented at the Speech Pathology Australia National Conference – Making Waves, Perth.
  • Monley, P. (May, 2016). An overview of Telethon Speech & Hearing research and partnerships. Paper presented at the D.E.A.P. Express: Research and Technology, Perth, WA.
  • Monley, P., Krishnaswamy, J., & Kishida, Y. (May, 2016). Localising a state program for effective service delivery: Pilbara ear health model of care – Collective initiatives for better outcomes. Paper presented at the Audiology Australia National Conference 2016: Hearing for Life, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Wigham, C., McNally, F., & Kishida, Y. (May, 2016). Improve early language learning through use of coaching strategies with parents/caregivers. Workshop presented at the Speech Pathology Australia National Conference – Making Waves, Perth

 

2015

  • Krishnaswamy, J., Monley, P., & Kishida, Y. (July, 2015). Optimising children’s specialist ear health clinic attendance rates in rural and remote Aboriginal communities. Paper presented at the Aboriginal Health Conference: Healthy Families – Healthy Futures, Perth, Western Australia.
  •  McNally, F. (August, 2015). Auditory-Verbal and hearing impairment. Presented to Curtin University, Bachelor of Science – Speech Pathology students. Bentley, Western Australia.

 

2014

  • Commissioner for Children and Young People. (2014). Ear Health. In Commissioner for Children and Young People (Ed.), The state of Western Australia’s children and young people – Edition Two (pp. 74-77). Perth, Western Australia: Author.
  • First Voice. (2014). Sound-Connections: The importance of listening and spoken language early intervention for achieving age-appropriate listening, spoken language and social inclusion outcomes by school age. Australia.
  • Monley, P., Kishida, Y., & Williams, C. (2014, May). The incidence of middle ear disease and hearing loss in ATSI children in WA. Paper presented at the XXXII World Congress of Audiology, Brisbane, Australia.
  • McNally, F., Kishida, Y., Kemp, C., & Williams, C. (2014, July). Use of LENA at TSH. Paper presented at the VidKidsTM Forum, Sydney, Australia.
  • McNally, F. (September, 2014). Auditory-Verbal Therapy. Presented to Curtin University, Bachelor of Science – Speech Pathology students. Bentley, Western Australia.

 

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