Discovery tool for families to raise awareness of the impact of their child's hearing loss and size of their 'listening bubble' in quiet and noise, with and without amplification. Scorable for pre/pos
...t-test use by DHH professionals. Version designed by Oticon.
MacArthur Communicative Development Inventories (MCDI) Vocabulary Checklist Level 3. For ages 31-36 months. Receptive and Expressive vocabulary. Customized for responses that are verbal, in sign, and
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.
MacArthur Communicative Development Inventories (MCDI) Vocabulary Checklist Level 1. For ages 8-13 months and 14-18 months. Receptive and Expressive vocabulary. Customized for responses that are verba
...l, in sign, and cued.
This information describes how to help parents and caregivers bond and communicate with their young child who is deaf or hard of hearing. It includes supporting early social development, dealing with
...conflict, and assisting in transition from early intervention to preschool.
There was a Bold Lady who Wanted a Star - Early Childhood / Preschool teaching materials for the book includes a) a synopsis of the storybook b) a letter to send home to families explaining the storyb
...ook unit and activities they can do at home c) suggestions for setting up your classroom to revolve around the story (dramatic play area, sensory area, art area, science area, book area, and bulletin board) d) activities separated into two weeks, each week including: a distinctive thematic, e) focus of the Week; Circle Time activities including songs, poems, fingerplays, and story-reading ideas; and six detailed Group Activities with designated target areas, f) snacks related to the story, g) a Pretest and Posttest
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