This Familiar Sounds Audiogram can be used to plot the results of a child’s hearing test. Parents and professionals can use this tool together to discuss a child's hearing loss to help families understand the sounds they can hear as well as the sounds they may be missing.
Learn best practices in hearing aid selection and fitting from two professionals with both clinical and research expertise in pediatric amplification.
This learning experience offers a detailed view of the family experience following diagnosis of hearing loss in a child, with a focus on children ages 0-3 years.
While wearing devices during all waking hours is the standard recommendation for children with hearing loss, families often have a hard time reaching that goal. Learn how families can reach that important goal in this popular audiology-focused course.
Learn how the use of hearing assistive technologies (HATs) can optimize listening and spoken language development for young children and infants with hearing loss. You'll also get evidence-based recommendations for when and how they should be used.
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