Looking for some good book options that are geared toward children who are D/HH? Check out the list below.
Learn more about the webinar, Family to Family Health Information Centers & EHDI Programs: Engaging & Supporting Families of Children with Deafness & Hearing Loss, at the link below.
On January 26-27 audiologists and Head Start representatives from 17 states met in Boulder, CO to plan technical assistance and training activities leading to the implementation of evidence based hearing screening for young children served by Early Head Start/Head Start, Part C, home visiting program or health care providers.
When choosing books for young children it is important to consider the reality that is presented. Does your child’s library reflect the multiculturalism of the world we live in?
PLEASE NOTE: The webinar entitled “Family Engagement Strategies from the broader MCH Community” has been cancelled for today. It will be rescheduled for a future date. We apologize for the inconvenience.
University of Utah professors Albert Park and Marissa Diener are lead authors of a study showing how a Utah law has led to increased screenings of infants with hearing loss due to a congenital infection.
Brains of the deaf seeing rhythmic lights look like others’ listening to rhythms.
NICHQ prides itself on working with parents and families to ensure that its initiatives lead to improvements for every patient. Learn how NICHQ engaged parents in 2016 to see what valuable partners they are when driving real change.
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday in a dispute over the level of education that public schools must provide to millions of children with disabilities, a case that advocates describe as the most significant special-education issue to reach the high court in three decades.