NOTE: Powerpoint Presentation for viewing on PCA collection of comic strips revealing troublesome situations for teens with hearing loss. Includes commentary on how each humorous situation might be re
...resolved.20 more situations and scenarios that mix humor with compassion in negotiating social communication.More antics and advocacy for teens and tweens with hearing loss.
A collection of comic strips revealing troublesome situations for teens with hearing loss. Includes commentary on how each humorous situation might be resolved.20 more situations and scenarios that m
... mix humor with compassion in negotiating social communication.More antics and advocacy for teens and tweens with hearing loss.
Describes auditory components of compound words.Data collection sheet and materials for discrimination of auditory discrimination between compound and non compound 2-syllable words. Go Fish game to ma
...tch 20 compound word cards and definition cards. Suggestions for differentiation. Activities conducted through listening, without print.
This resource includes a printable set of 30 Learning to Listen* Cards, an Observation Progress Monitoring Tool, and Tips For parents and professionals teaching the Learning To Listen Sounds and Phras
...rases to a young child who is deaf or hard of hearing utilizing hearing technology such as cochlear implants or hearing aids with the goal of learning to listen and talk. INCLUDES:High-resolution Learning To Listen cards for quality printingObservation Progress Monitoring Tool10 Tips For teaching the Learning To Listen Sounds and PhrasesListening to Listen Sounds - Actions and AdjectivesLearning to Listen Sound - Object AssociationsLearning to Listen Sounds are associated with toys and objects that are commonly part of a baby or young child’s daily routines and activities. Individual families may use a variety of different Learning to Listen sounds, words and phrases depending on their lifestyle and culture. These onomatopoeic sounds contain acoustic properties that are significant in the perception of speech. The Learning to Listen Sounds are easy to hear for most babies wearing hearing technology.Skilled interventionists coach parents and caregivers about auditory skill development while presenting the Learning to Listen toys or activities. Observation data can be collected about the child’s auditory access to aspects of speech like duration, intensity, pitch, and voicing as well as vowel and consonant perception by contrasting toys in strategically chosen groups. This information is critical for optimally setting hearing aids and programming cochlear implants.*Adapted from Simser, 2002, Estabrooks, 2006, Estabrooks & Birkenshaw-Fleming, 1994.
This resource from A Bionics provides information on 4 different types of candidates depending on Ability_Level and age of implantation and expectations for the rate of auditory, speECH- and language
...goal development. Includes expected educational outcomes and support services.
The Auditory Language & Learning Guide is an EXCELLENT informal evaluation tool for listening and language that can be used with students of any age and language ability. The 2 page checklist format e
...asily allows the teacher to develop IEP goals based on identified student weaknesses in the 4 areas of audition/listening, receptive language, expressive language, and social communication. Skills can be rated as 'targeted', 'emerging', 'mastered' or 'previously assessed' and checked off by date achieved. This assessment tool can be used from year to year allowing instructors and parents to see growth in a students language and learning.
FAPI - Functional Auditory Performance Indicators: An Integrated Approach to Auditory Skill Development. The FAPI assesses the functional auditory skills of children with hearing loss. It can be used
...by parents, therapists, early interventionists, and teachers. The profile lists auditory skills in an integrated hierarchical order with seven categories. Word version
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