This chart provides age ranges for theory of mind development and social interaction behaviors of the typically developing child. Children with hearing loss are often significantly delayed in pragmati
...c language and/or Theory of Mind and their development should be monitored closely.NOTE: This is for Teacher Tools Members ONLY
This resource is a list of functional and formal assessments to evaluate students with hearing loss in expanded core areas beyond language and academics. Links to find the sources are included. Tests
...for preschool and school-age students are clearly identified.
Links provided for parents about hearing screening and hearing loss. Links provided for hearing screeners about hearing screening procedures. Links to videos describing pure tone hearing screening in
...the schools and common mistakes.
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.
Hearing screening guidelines were compiled in 2011 for the American Academy of Audiology. Guidelines are for students in preschool and K-2,3-5,6-8,9-12 and include specific recommendations for use of
...puretone, otoacoustic emissions, and tympanometry screening plus recommendations for follow up.
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