The Young Child with Hearing Loss – Working effectively in Early Intervention
February 23, 2018
Do you have children with hearing loss under the age of 2 on your caseload?
Would you like to learn some key strategies build confidence and competence in the families you serve?
With continued advances in early identification and continually improving technologies, it is essential that professionals working in the field of early intervention develop the understanding and skills necessary to provide comprehensive and effective intervention at a time when families are often at their most vulnerable.
Children with hearing loss deserve the best outcomes – outcomes possible with:
- efficient early diagnosis and follow up
- appropriate audiology and clinical management
- access to highly skilled professionals from across the many disciplines involved in early intervention.
This i-learning opportunity gives you access to some of the recorded presentations from our recent Getting it Right 0 – 5 Early Intervention conference, as well as sharing some resources useful for your day to day work. It is a great opportunity to access information from leaders in the field of early intervention from the comfort of you home or office.
|A musical approach to communication||Lyndsey Allen - LA bio.pdf||22:45|
|Learning to guide and coach: Building the AVT relationship||Elizabeth Tyszkiewicz - ET bio.pdf||27:30|
|Communication as a circuit||Amy McConkey Robbins - AM bio.pdf||28:37|
|Making and keeping friends: Getting it right from the start||Diana Harbor||49:32|
|Coaching in natural environments||Kate Dixon - KD bio.pdf||31:24|
|An introduction to sensory processing disorders||Nerys Hughes - NH bio.pdf||21:15|
|Using radio aids with young deaf children||Sarah Allen||30:44|
|Transforming what we do through technological advances||Christine Yoshinaga-Itano - CYI bio.pdf||31:12|
Attendees from Getting it Right 0-5years held on 20th and 21st October 2017 receive access to these presentations free of charge. Please email email@example.com for access
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- A Musical Approach to Developing Communication
- An introduction to sensory processing disorders
- Coaching in natural environments
- Communication as a circuit
- Learning to guide and coach: Building the AVT Relationship
- Making and keeping friends
- Transforming what we do through technological advances
- Using radio aids with young deaf children
Presentations can be viewed between February 23, 2018 and December 31, 2020