A new study shows the benefits of reading to babies last for years.
Books and written products are important for helping children who are deaf or hard of hearing develop spoken language skills and expand their academic knowledge.
The Catalyst Center conducted structured interviews with Title V/CYSHCN programs, Medicaid agencies, and family leader organizations to learn about financing of care and coverage for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN).
The upcoming 8th International Conference of Coalition for Global Hearing Health (CGHH) will be held October 12-14, 2017 at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, USA. Don’t forget to submit an abstract for the conference.
Hope to see you in Florida next October!
The May Edition of Probes and Tips is Now Available: States Spring Forward!
The latest issue of the Journal for Early Hearing Detection and Intervention is now available. Articles included in this issue are shown below.
You can download the entire issue or just the articles you want for free at http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/jehdi/
Children are typically ready for VRA at 6months of age and they remain interested until approximately 2 1/2. Sometimes clinics have a test assistant available, but often this role is performed by the parent This video describes how to be a test assistant for visual reinforcement audiometry.