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.
... This article describes use of this tool.
Handout for inservicing school staff with images showing listening bubble size in quiet and noise in different classroom situations. Summarizes the challenges of listeners who are hard of hearing. Ca
...n also be used as a teaching tool with students to raise awareness of the impact of proximity on speECH- understanding.
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.
The GOAL is for a
student to become an effective listener/observer, a successful communicator, a
proficient reader and a knowledgeable consumer of goods and services! Steps to
Success – A Scope and
...nd Sequence of Skills for Students who are Deaf /Hard of
Hearing: Perception, Processing, Self-Knowledge and Advocacy Development, now
in electronic form.This tried and true advocacy curriculum includes
basic, intermediate and advanced goals, teaching strategies, vocabulary, pre
and post assessments and language development activities. NEW is the addition of
updated answer keys and author notes for companion fill-in worksheets,
available separately (ID#1306) or as a bundle with this curriculum (ID# 1307).Goal areas include:1. Understanding the science of hearing2. Using technology3. Developing language processing skills4. Self knowledge5. Social
interaction and language6. Practicing self-management7.
Understanding rights and access 8. Accommodations and advocacy
This article shares the speECH- perception results of 3 grouPS- of kindergartners, one of which used cochlear implants. It confirmed poor speECH- recognition for children with CIs which is likely to i
...mpact development of language and phonological awareness. 2013.
This article describes the results of a study of 87 children with hearing loss that were evaluated over a 3-year period. Results suggest that children will reach a level of over 90% sentence recogniti
...on in the auditory/visual condition when their language becomes equivalent to that of a normally-hearing 7-year-old. They will enter school at age 12 with an average language delay of 4-5 years unless they receive concentrated and effective language training. 2001
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