Auditory Brain Development: The Basis of Talking, Reading and Making Friends

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This presentation highlights the pivotal role of auditory brain development in the acquisition of spoken communication, reading and social-emotional skills for all infants and children, including those who are deaf or hard of hearing. It shows how early and continuing auditory interventions that capitalize on brain neuroplasticity, auditory technologies, and acoustic accessibility of spoken information in home and school environments allow for spoken language and literacy outcomes never before imagined for infants and children with any type and degree of hearing loss.
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Title of Training: Auditory Brain Development: The Basis of Talking, Reading and Making Friends
Presenter: Carol Flexer, Ph.D., CCC-A
Training Date: 06/22/2015

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


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