Monthly Archives: December 2018
Tip from “Hear to Learn”
“Expansion” is rephrasing what a child says in a more correct, complete, or complex way. When we model longer, correct phrases, we create more listening opportunities!
Auditory Perception vs. Speech Production in Children
When exposed to speech, children with normal hearing learn to listen, begin to babble, start imitating speech, develop an understanding of speech and language, and produce words.
Pediatric Audiology Workshop
FL3 Webinar on 12/13
Presented by: Janet DesGeorges, Lisa Kovacs, Karen Putz
Date of webinar: 12/13/2018
Webinar start times (by time zone)
- 10:00 am – 11:00 am PT
- 11:00 am – 12:00 pm MT
- 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CT
- 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm ET
How Play Helps Children Develop 5 Different Types of Communication
CHED lauds joint PH-US project on early newborn screening on deafness prevention
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) lauded the development of an early detection device for Filipino infants to prevent hearing loss by researchers from the Philippines and the United States of America.
Best toys for children’s development? Hint: They are not electronic or costly
Parents are overwhelmed with messaging and claims about how the latest “educational” toy or app is going to make their child smarter or more prepared for school. At the same time, accelerating scientific advances have demonstrated the critical importance of early brain and child development across the lifespan.
NCHAM Webinar – 12/5
Are you registered for the NCHAM Webinar being offered tomorrow, 12/5? Register now to learn more about “Just in Time Resources for Families and Providers.”