Speech-Language Pathologist Nicole Allison shares 3 techniques for incorporating literacy into language, articulation, fluency, and voice treatment sessions.
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The Clerc Center is pleased to announce the launch of the Deaf Students with Disabilities Network. This free interactive website provides families and professionals with resources related to deaf and hard of hearing students with any of 13 disabilities identified in the Individual with Disabilities Education Act.
American Sign Language is the third most-used language in North America behind English and Spanish, giving people the ability to communicate with deaf friends and relatives and reach out to people who may feel excluded from society.
An American Sign Language summer camp for children ages 2-11 exposed them to the benefits of signing, ranging from an increased vocabulary to more self-confidence.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) program has produced a video for Spanish-speaking families who are in need of a follow-up hearing screening for their baby. The video, “¿Qué tan bien oye su hijo? Lo que los padres deben saber” (How well can your child hear? What parents need to know), was initiated in response to a request from members of the national EHDI Diversity Committee.
Little Johnny, an infant, does not startle when there is a loud noise nearby. Little Jenny, 15 months old, does not speak simples words.
It’s possible these babies can’t hear.
It’s important to detect hearing problems early — ideally by the time a baby is three months old.
Need help getting ready for school and planning for an IEP Meeting? Check out the H&V IEP Meeting Planner.
Read the latest edition – “Ready-Set-Go Help With Screening Children 3 – 5 Years of Age” now!
Register now for the NCHAM Webinar on 8/11. On Tuesday, August 11, NCHAM will be hosting the webinar “Family Perceptions and Experiences with the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention System in Rural Communities” presented by Dr. Matthew Bush from the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Kentucky.
For more information and the link to register for the webinar, click on the link below.
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