Enhancing Your Toolbox for Supporting Infants Toddlers and young Children with Hearing Loss

Uploaded: December 3, 2014 |  0 Comments  | 

Participants will learn about new and emerging information supporting the use of hearings aids, cochlear implants, and FM systems. They will be presented with information and strategies for improving children’s language outcomes through (1) Listening and Spoken language and (2) Total Communication. Current resources for families and professionals will be explored.

1 Listening Systems ppt – James Zeigler’s powerpoint slides – Topic – Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants
2 Listening Spoken Language ppt – Judy Sexton and Sherri Fickenscher’s powerpoint slides – Topic: Listening & Spoken Language
3 Using Total Communication ppt – Mary Ann Stefko’s powerpoint slides – Topic: Total Communication
4 Resources ppt – Anne Gaspich’s powerpoint slides – Topic: Resources
5 Bureau of Early Intervention Services Authorization to Release Information form
6 Announcement: Early Intervention – 13 # 06 Children who have a Hearing Loss
7 Early Intervention Communication Plan for a Child Who is Deaf, Hard of Hearing document
8 Early Intervention Checklist for Families of Children with Deafness or Hearing Loss document
9 Early Intervention Checklist for Professionals Who Support Children with Deafness or Hearing Loss document
10 10 SMK_Slides120914 – Susan Kershman’s powerpoint slides – Early Intervention Updates


Title of Training: Enhancing Your Toolbox for Supporting Infants Toddlers and young Children with Hearing Loss
Presenter: James Zeigler, AuD.,;Judy Sexton, M.S., C.E.D.;Sherri Fickenscher, M.S., C.E.D.;Mary Ann Stefo, M.Ed.; Anne Gaspich
Training Date: 12/03/2014

Topic: Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Early Intervention - Infant/Toddler


Download this Item
Rate This Material: 

Comments

0 Comments | Leave a Comment »

There are no comments currently available

Leave Comment

  • You must be logged in to comment.

Please use the comments for discussion and to contribute your reviews, perspective and thoughts. Your colleagues and other visitors will appreciate it! If you need help, please contact us. Requests for help will not be answered in comments.