Long ago, many children with hearing loss received “speech therapy” well into their teen years and beyond. Thanks to newborn hearing screening, early intervention, and great hearing technology, the world is changing! Now, we find ourselves asking, “When is a child with hearing loss ready to graduate from auditory-verbal therapy?” More correctly, because therapy is aContinue reading “Graduation: When Do We Finish with Therapy?”
Enjoy this recording of my 3/25/2015 webinar for the Cochlear HOPE series, “The Catch-Up Game: Working with Children Who Receive Cochlear Implants Late.” Click CC in the lower right corner for captions.
SPACES ARE LIMITED. REGISTER TODAY! UPDATE 4/17/2015: Registration is now full. Due to the high level of interest in this program, we may be offering an encore of the webinar in May. Stay tuned!
I am excited to be partnering with some great organizations this spring to give two FREE webinars for parents and professionals. Both events also offer 1CE credit from the AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language. See below for more information and links to register for the courses.
When you meet someone new, one of the first questions we tend to ask is, “What do you do?” When I tell people that I teach children with hearing loss to listen and speak, it’s a real conversation starter. Here are some of my most frequently asked questions about hearing loss, hearing technology, and Auditory VerbalContinue reading “FAQs about Hearing Loss, Hearing Technology, and Auditory Verbal Therapy”
In this article: The “Medical Home,” social media and web resources, and listening and spoken language. Read on!
In this post: EHDI’s 10 year history, parent grief, outcomes for children who are deaf-blind with CIs, teleintervention, and more. Read on!
In this post: Using information technology to improve Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) programs. Read on!
On Thursday, we drove to Costa Rica’s rainforest canopy. It was amazingly lush, filled with all kinds of insects and animals, and humid! At Turu Ba Ri park, we were able to ride zip lines across the canopy for an amazing view of wild Costa Rica, and take a horseback tour. While on our tour,Continue reading “Costa Rica 2010: Thursday – Sunday”
Today, we returned to the Cen Cenai public preschool center (like HeadStart in the US) to continue our screenings for hearing, vision, cognition, speech, and language. Overall, we were able to screen about 75 children and provide appropriate recommendations for follow-up as needed. Conducting the hearing screenings was difficult, however, due to the incredibly noisyContinue reading “Costa Rica 2010: Wednesday”