For ages 0-3 years: This information addresses bonding and identification, initiation and early intervention, autonomy and supporting independence in putting on hearing devices. Includes teaching mate
...rials for use by/with families. The purpose of this book is to raise awareness for the reasons why hearing device rejection happens and specific instruction to occur at different ages to build student resilience and self-confidence, thereby increasing the likelihood that they will not reject using their hearing technology. Specific teaching activities and recommendations for instructional materials to develop identified skills have been included in this Guide.
This information specifies 5 hearing-aid-wear skills to master by age 3, or no later than the end of preschool. It includes a chart specifying the role of the parent, the child, and the DHH profession
...al for each of 7 skills.
This purpose of this form is to emphasize the critical importance of family involvement and follow through with effective strategies when communicating with young children who are deaf or hard of hear
...ing. Applicable across all communication options. Fillable.
This information describes toddler development for 24-36 months in terms of successful hearing aid use and what families should be aware of, and can do to support full-time hearing aid wear. Delves in
...to the start of independence skills, shaping children's attempts to put on their own hearing aids and how to help the child perform a self-check once a hearing aid is put on.
Procedure to present Ling sounds at different distances in quiet/noise, near/far. Functional listening assessment to identify listening bubble for Ling speECH- sounds. Child response to Ling sounds -
...pointing to images/toys, repeating sound, identifying images representing Ling sounds.
The Starting School LIFE - Appraisal of Listening Access Needs for Children Entering School checklist is designed to be completed by families of children transitioning to school at age 3-5 or moving i
...n to a new school throughout elementary. Families complete the CHILD checklist (S0XASM0063) and other portions of the Starting School LIFE to provide the school with information about listening challenges to assist in planning for access needs in school. Fillable version available at P01ASM0595.
Hearing aids need to be monitored every day by a normal hearing listener, especially if the child is very young, is new to wearing hearing aids, or uses them inconsistently. This resource provides a s
...tep-by-step approach to performing a daily listening check to a child’s hearing aids.
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