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504 Plans for Children with Hearing Loss (01:57:42)
Childhood Communication Center video: 504 Plans for Children with Hearing Loss
Executive Function in Children with Hearing Loss (02:01:58)
Executive function is best described as a set of high-level cognitive abilities that control and regulate behavior and basic abilities such as attention, memory, and emotion. David Horn, MD, and Amy Melick, PhD, discuss EF, current research on children with cochlear implants and resources for improving EF.
Hearing Aid Technology (02:00:36)
Brenda Liebman Aron and Len Aron take you on a journey through Deaf culture from both hearing and deaf perspectives.
IEP Meetings: Empower Yourself! (01:58:02)
Carol Carrothers, state coordinator of DHH Services of WSDS, discusses the purpose and process of an IEP, what to expect of an IEP and tips for active participation in IEP meetings.
Life Outside the Classroom: Strategies for Community Participation (01:38:54)
This session provides an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), assistive listening devices and captioning, advocacy and a Q&A with a panel of parents and young adults with hearing loss.
Searching for Causes of Hearing Loss: Current Approach to Evaluation (01:19:20)
Join Kathleen Sie, MD, for a discussion of current practices in the evaluation of childhood hearing loss.
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