It is important for you and other caregivers to know what batteries your child’s hearing aids use, how long the batteries usually last, how to check if the batteries are working, and to understand battery safety.
Some fear that, by offering deaf people access to sound, so-called bionic ears could spell the end of the culture built around ASL.
“The Positive Impact of a “Refer” Result”
A new tool for engaging more families in a child’s hearing management and development
THINK ABOUT . . . Connecting stories with language is an effective way to help your child with hearing loss have extra exposure to new words and opportunities to use them.
The January 12th deadline to submit an abstract for the 2018 ASDC Conference is quickly approaching. Visit http://deafchildren.org/events/asdc-conferences/ for more information and to submit your abstract today!
Have you missed any of the webinars offered by NCHAM? They were recorded and posted online at http://www.infanthearing.org/ehdi-learning-ce…/webinars.html.