Infants Toddlers and Young Children with Hearing Concerns – What Should I Know?

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This training will be presented in a series of four one hour conference calls over the lunch hour. Participants will be provided with a dial in number and pass code, have access to online handout materials, and the opportunity to email questions to the presenter during each of the four sessions.

Friday, April 10, 2015: Sharon Baker: Use of early sign language in children who are deaf or hard of hearing, including cochlear implant candidates.
1) Powerpoint presentation: this document has the slides to be followed by attendees during the conference call.
2) Powerpoint presentation 3 slides per page: this is the same ppt but printed 3 slides per page.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015: Deborah Chen: addressing hearing loss in children with complex needs
3) Powerpoint presentation: this document has the slides to be followed by attendees during the conference call.
4) Guiding questions: this is a handout of guiding questions for learning about the child.
5) Cue Tip Sheets: this is a handout of cue sheets.
6) Vignette/case study: this is a handout of a vignette/case study.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015: Joseph Smail: Family impact of a hearing loss from diagnosis to acceptance.
7) Powerpoint presentation: this document has the slides to be followed by attendees during the conference call.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015: Deborah Chen: Visual concerns in children with deafness or hearing loss.
8) Powerpoint presentation: this document has the slides to be followed by attendees during the conference call.
9) Fact sheet: this handout is a fact sheet on vision assessment.
10) Fact sheet: this 5 page handout is a fact sheet on Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI).
11) Checklist: this is a visual developmental sequence checklist for “Typically Developing” children.


Title of Training: Infants Toddlers and Young Children with Hearing Concerns – What Should I Know?
Presenter: Sharon Baker, Ed.
Training Date: 04/10/2015

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


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