After a whole lot of airport delays, I’m back from the Dominican Republic and excited to share with you all that I experienced about hearing loss in the developing world.
On day two at the school, I started by learning some great new songs that I can’t wait to bring back and modify for English speakers! Then, I observed a reading lesson. It was very clear to me how much the teachers cared for their students, but it was equally clear that there are many […]
The poverty of the Dominican Republic struck me in various ways during various parts of the trip, as I described above, but when it really hit home for me was when I was changing my money as I prepared to leave at the airport.
The World Health Organization has designated today, March 3rd, as International Ear Care Day. According to the WHO, approximately 50% of cases of hearing loss worldwide could be avoided through primary prevention techniques.
Essential Practices for Listening, Language, and Literacy Lyn Robertson, Ph.D.; Denison University Denise Wray, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, LSLS-Cert. AVT; University of Akron Carol Flexer, Ph.D., CCC-A, LSLS Cert. AVT; University of Akron