This informational packet includes 10 Hearing Tech Talk articles including 1) Achieving Auditory Access to the Curriculum, 2) What and Why of Personal FM/DM Systems, 3) Choosing Hearing Technologies,
...4) Communication with Peers and Multiple Speakers, 5) Oticon ConnectClip, 6) Oticon Amigo T30, 7) Phonak Roger Educational Network, 8) Roger Easy Pen, 9) Roger Touchscreen, 10) Dangers of Integrating Personal and Classroom Technologies.
This information describes infant development in terms of successful hearing aid use and what families should be aware of, and can do to support full-time hearing aid wear. Divided into the age ranges
... 0-6 months and 6-9 months. Provides detail on why to check hearing aids daily and on how to perform a Ling sound listening check starting about 3 months of age.
Assessment tool and its guidelines for use. Guides the teacher, clinician, or itinerant to evaluate the student(s) and determine appropriate instruction. The assessment covers grades K-2; 3-5;6-8;9-
...12, broken in 4 grade level segments and instruction topics. Non-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.
Complete guide including specific hearing aid use skills for children to master in early childhood, description of why children may reject hearing aids at different ages and strategies families can us
...e to support consistent use. Provides information on hearing aid monitoring, use of the Ling sound listening check at different ages, and transitioning to preschool.
This step‐by‐step guide has been developed to share with families after unilateral hearing loss has been diagnosed, typically in infancy secondary to identification through newborn hearing screening.
...ng. The guide reviews background information regarding what is known about the effects of hearing loss in one ear on child development. It is divided into suggested sections to correspond with pediatric audiology appointments and with home visits by an early interventionist (teacher of the deaf/hard of hearing or speech language pathologist). Three is a focus on language and social development and a trial with amplification.
Contract for students specifying that they will check and change the battery, clean their earmolds, and put hearing aids in a humidifier. Images. Includes a chart for students to record their home mon
...itoring activities each day. Both fillable.
Worksheet with diagram of a cochlear implant and fill-in-the-blank lines where the student would complete the names of the parts. Fillable. Also includes Parts Perfection Game: Cochlear Implant Name
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.
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