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Toddler Development and Wearing Hearing Aids 18-24 Months of Age Toddler Development and Wearing Hearing Aids 18-24 Months of Age
Toddler Development and Wearing Hearing Aids 18-24 Months of Age
By Karen Anderson
sku: P01TEA0462
$ 095
This information describes toddler development for 18-24 months in terms of successful hearing aid use and what families should be aware of, and can do to support full-time hearing aid we ... ar. Delves into the start of independence skills, teaching children that only adults remove hearing aids and how to perform a Ling sound listening check appropriate to this age range. Includes images to assist in performing the Ling sound check.  
Do Teachers Really Need a Microphone? Do Teachers Really Need a Microphone?
Do Teachers Really Need a Microphone?
$ 050
Teachers who have not had experience with students who are hard of hearing are usually unused to wearing a microphone transmitter and often ask, "Do I really Need a Microphone?" This brief information ... al article describes how hearing technologies are essential tools for learning.
Advocacy in Action Middle School Handouts BUNDLE Advocacy in Action Middle School Handouts BUNDLE
Advocacy in Action Middle School Handouts BUNDLE
$ 395
Worksheet for entire Middle School Advocacy in Action curriculum. There are 11 worksheets covering topics such as understanding hearing loss (in themselves and other role models), assistive devices, ... and social awareness situations. Bundle IDs 0527-0531, 0513, 0514.
How to Make a Call - TTY -Advocacy in Action How to Make a Call - TTY -Advocacy in Action
How to Make a Call - TTY -Advocacy in Action
$ 0
Worksheet in which students learn about how to make a traditional relay call (TTY/TDD). Fillable.
Hearing Tech - Achieving Auditory Access to the Curriculum Hearing Tech - Achieving Auditory Access to the Curriculum
Hearing Tech - Achieving Auditory Access to the Curriculum
$ 150
Explains the impact of listening in a typical classroom. Great information to share when inservicing teachers. Discusses misconceptions about hearing aids and cochlear implant devices and how they can ... contribute to problems listening. See BUNDLE at S0XHT798.
Which Assistive Devices Will be Useful to Me - Advocacy in Action Which Assistive Devices Will be Useful to Me - Advocacy in Action
Which Assistive Devices Will be Useful to Me - Advocacy in Action
$ 050
Worksheet in which students list a) Devices I will use in the future, b) Devices I may use in the future, c) Devices I will not use. To be used after discussion of different types of assistive devices ... .
Social Needs & "I hate my hearing aids!" Social Needs & "I hate my hearing aids!"
Social Needs & "I hate my hearing aids!"
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XTEA0389
$ 0
Informational handout reviewing the challenges hearing loss poses to a child's peer acceptance. Peer acceptance also impacts resistance to wearing hearing aids. Responding to hearing aid wear issues i ... s addressed and some suggestions for intervention.
Middle and High School Assistive Devices Worksheets - BUNDLE- Advocacy in Action Middle and High School Assistive Devices Worksheets - BUNDLE- Advocacy in Action
Middle and High School Assistive Devices Worksheets - BUNDLE- Advocacy in Action
$ 195
BUNDLE - Worksheets for middle school and high school level instruction on assistive devices. There are 7 worksheets that focus on identifying, using and evaluating assistive devices that will be hel ... pful to the student across differnt enviroments such as school, home, and future employment sites. Bundle IDs 0527-0530, -552-0554.
Speech Audibility Audiogram for Classroom Listening (fillable) Speech Audibility Audiogram for Classroom Listening (fillable)
Speech Audibility Audiogram for Classroom Listening (fillable)
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XTEA0391
$ 1
The SpeECH- Audibility Audiogram for Classroom Listening is based on the Count-the-Dot Audiogram and provides an estimate of percent audibility in quiet and noise for different ranges of hearing loss. ... It is most appropriate to use for flat hearing loss. Can be paired with FLE and audiological evaluation information to inform on the impact of hearing loss for speECH- perception in the classroom. Use described in the free article: S0XTEA0396
Hearing Tech - What are FM/DM systems Hearing Tech - What are FM/DM systems
Hearing Tech - What are FM/DM systems
$ 150
Describes FM/DM systems and why these devices are important for children with hearing loss. Includes a fillable FM/DM tracking form. See BUNDLE at S0XHT798.
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