Skip counting helps develop fluency when doing calculations, provides a building block for understanding multiplication and division, along with giving your child number sense.
The Role of Periodic Early Childhood Hearing Screening in Promoting Early Language Development
This webinar is being offered in recognition of May as the Better Speech and Hearing Month.
Research indicates that by the time children enter school, at least 6 in 1000 have permanent hearing loss. Newborn hearing screening is able to identify approximately half of these children (3 in 1000), but what about the other half who experience late onset or progressive hearing loss or who were missed by newborn screening efforts?
- May 7, 2019
- 3 PM Eastern
- 2 PM Central
- 1 PM Mountain
- 12 PM Pacific
15-20 min plus time for questions
To Join (no need to register) just go to the following at the time of the webinar: https://ncham.adobeconnect.com/echo/
May is Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM) and it provides an opportunity to raise awareness about communication disorders.
The theme for 2019 is “Communication Across the Lifespan.”
Developing the ability to listen for the critical elements within a sentence will help your child succeed in school.
Expecting Health, a program under the Genetic Alliance, is conducting a survey on family needs for #newbornscreening education. Take the survey to share your opinions on how you prefer to receive health information.
In appreciation of your time, you can be entered to win a $75 gift card. One participant will be selected by 6/15/2019. Only the person selected will be notified. Please enter your email address on the Google form at the end of the survey.