Complete curriculum guidance and scenarios for instruction in the students involvement in IEP planning, understanding and applying the law, assistive devices, and exploring options after graduation (
...transitioning into the workplace or postsecondary school).
An increasing number of educational resources are being delivered through recorded speech in the younger grades, listening centers, and test examinations. This article focuses on the reasons why recor
...ded speech are so challenging for students who are hard of hearing thus necessitating a live voice reader in many situations.
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
AAC devices were initially intended for individuals with adequate access to spoken language but a limited ability to express themselves. Now AAC devices are used for children with a full spectrum of c
...ommunication abilities, including those who have hearing loss and/or severe receptive language delays. This handout provides information describing how different AAC devices can be integrated with a student's DM/FM device so that auditory access can be achieved.
Article reporting results of a study comparising the speECH- recognition of students using hearing aids only, FM systems, and soundfield/CADS systems. Results indicate increased benefit of FM use over
... hearing aids only or soundfield amplificaiton. 2004.
Complete curriculum guidance and scenarios for instruction in amplification (including hearing aids, cochlear implants, and FM systems), hearing loss basics including audiograms and ear anatomy, liste
...ning environments, and social awareness situations.
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