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Joseph Montano
Position: Adjunct Associate Professor
Phone: 212 817 7980
Degrees/Diplomas: Ed.D. Teachers College, Columbia University, Audiology. M.A. New York University, Audiology. B.A. Queens College, Communications Arts.
Research Interests: counseling, adult audiologic rehabilitation
Academic Title: Adjunct Associate Professor

Preferred Email Address: jjm2003@med.cornell.edu

Publications

Montano, J. & Spitzer, J (Eds) ( in preparation) Adult Audiologic Rehabilitation. San Diego: Plural Publications
Montano, J. J. Diercks, G, & Selesnick, S. (2008) Sudden sensorineural hearing loss: Otolaryngologic & audiologic options. Asha Leader. November, 2008.
Montano, Joseph J. (2007).Self-assessment of Tinnitus: An Important Component of Evaluation and Treatment. ENT World Bulletin. 4, 16-17.
Montano, J. Emerging technologies for hearing loss: An ecological approach. Generations, Journal of the American Society on Aging. 2003. 27,1: 71-77.
Marvin, L., Montano, J., Fusco, L. & Gould, E. Speech-Language Pathologist's perceptions of training and experience in using alternative and augmentative communication. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders. 2003 30,:76 –84.
Montano, J.. The Communication Initiative for Adults who are Older. In "A Challenge for the New Century: Proceedings of the First Adult Aural Rehabilitation Conference". Ed. Geoff Plant. Hearing Rehabilitation Foundation. Somerville, MA. 2003.
ASHA Working Group on Audiologic Rehabilitation. Knowledge and Skills for the Practice of Audiologic/Aural Rehabilitation. ASHA Supplement 2002, 22.

Presentations

"'Untangling the definition of audiologic rehabilitation" Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology
September 10, 2008, Portland, Oregon
Counseling Issues in Audiology from Infants to Older Adults, New York State Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Meeting, April 2008, Saratoga, NY co-presenter: Susan Brannen
"'Treating the Aging Ear." Instructional Course, American Academy of Otolaryngology Head-Neck Surgery. September 19, 2007. Washington, DC co-presenter Samuel Selesnick
"'What Intervention Does the Newly Fit Hearing Aid Patient Require?" Seminar, New York State Speech-Language Hearing Association. April 14, 2007, Buffalo, N.Y.
"'Ethics Education for Students and Practicing Professionals. Seminar. New York State Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Meeting. April 14, 2007 Buffalo, N.Y. co-presenter Tom Miller
Aural Rehabilitation Praxis Review Course, New York State Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Meeting, April 13, 2007 Buffalo, New York
"'NYS Board for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology: Current Issues. New York State Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Meeting. April 12, 2007, Buffalo, N.Y.
"'Psycho-social Impact of Hearing Loss on Older Adults" Grand Rounds Weill Cornell Medical College Department of Otorhinolaryngology January 18, 2007 NY, NY.
Aural Rehabilitation Praxis Review Course, New York State Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Meeting, April, 2006 Saratoga, New York
"'Doctoral Studies in Communication Sciences: Perception of Graduate Students." Student Technical Session, ASHA Convention, November 20, 2005, San Diego,, Ca. Co-Presenters: Megan Bassemir, Kimberly D'Amico, Katya Gurbeloshvili, & Karen Schweppe
"'Infusion of Audiologic Rehabilitation into Adult Day Health Care." Technical Session 3rd International Conference on Adult Aural Rehabilitation. May 10, 2005. Portland, Me.
"'Use of Adult Learning Principles in Staff Development." Mini Seminar, New York State Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Meeting, April 2005, Huntington, N.Y. Co-presenter: Sheila Bernstein
"'Awareness of ADHD Intervention Approaches Among Speech-Language Pathologists in New York State." Student Poster Session, ASHA Convention, November 19, 2004, Chicago, Il. Co:presenters: Victoria Blasi, Anna Ballosingh, Deborah Chalifoux, Mary DeRuvo, & Grace Vasile

Honors and Awards

Edward Nitchie Award in Human Communication League for the Hard of Hearing (2006)
American Speech Language Hearing Association – Fellow (2004)
New York State Speech Language Hearing Association – Honors (2004)
New York State Speech-Language Hearing Association Distinguished Service Award (2000)
ASHA Foundation N.Y. State Clinical Achievement Award (1995)