The Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is rolling into town on Saturday for the annual Deafestival, an event aimed at serving the more than 700,000 deaf and hard of hearing people living throughout Kentucky.
Looking to help the families of children recently diagnosed with hearing loss, the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing launched its Listen-Learn-Link hotline.
The 2019 EHDI Annual Meeting Planning Committee is now accepting proposals for breakout sessions, posters and Instructional Sessions. A limited number of Instructional Sessions will be offered on Sunday, March 3, 2019 (prior to the Annual Meeting) and on Wednesday March 6, 2019 (following the Annual Meeting).
Links for the submissions can be found at https://ehdimeeting.org.
South Dakota’s new advisory panel on deaf and hard of hearing children began work Friday.
The committee is setting milestones parents can use in helping youngsters get ready for kindergarten.
“Auditory Sandwich” is a strategy you can use to help your child learn how to listen and talk. This strategy uses spoken language instructions with visual aids “sandwiched” in-between.
Everyone who provides therapy for children with hearing loss knows about the Ling 6 Sound Test. Why do we do the test and what does it tell us?