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Keynote speakers are Poorna Kushalnagar, PhD, from Gallaudet University, and Todd Edwards, PhD, from the University of Washington. Thanks to generous funding from the Loebs, registration is free. Learn more and RSVP.
Education sessions on various topics for parents of children who are deaf/hard of hearing (DHH) and professionals including educators, audiologists, and speech-language pathologists.
This video is a presentation “by teens for teens.” Stephanie Olson from Children’s Hospital Colorado moderates a panel of teens with various degrees of hearing loss. What are the challenges they face? How have they handled these challenges? What makes them successful?
In this video, presenters discuss and give an overview of microtia and aural atresia; hearing and amplification options; surgical options; and auricular prostheses.
Provides a basic understanding and tips for supporting social-emotional development, and communication in children and teens. Learn more (PDF) about the following presentations.
Provides a basic understanding and tips for supporting the development of executive functions in children who are deaf/hard of hearing. Learn more (PDF) about the following presentations.
This session provides a basic understanding of outcomes for children who are hard of hearing including the journey of HH children and their families from early intervention through school age years. It also explores amplification and strategies for optimizing communication.
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