Webinars

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NCHAM: National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management; Utah State University
Webinar Description

Since the implementation of universal newborn hearing screening, the number of very young children diagnosed with hearing loss in just one ear has dramatically increased. However, the etiology, technology needs, and therapy requirements of each child can vary. In this session, five unique profiles of unilateral hearing loss will be discussed.

Event

NCHAM: National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management; Utah State University
Webinar Description

This coffee chat will share tips and resources on how to support families whose deaf or hard of hearing children may also have low vision or blindness, especially children who have additional disabilities. Since children who are deaf or hard of hearing rely on vision when trying to fill in missing sensory information, it is important to check their vision status. 

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Center For Interactive Learning & Collaboration


by The Maryland Center for History and Culture. This program narrates the story of Douglass’s extraordinary life as an abolitionist, statesman, and author in Maryland and beyond. Students will analyze primary source documents from Douglass and view photographs, timelines, and other sources that explore the fruitful legacy he left behind. For Grades K-6

Event

Since the implementation of universal newborn hearing screening, the number of very young children diagnosed with hearing loss in just one ear has dramatically increased. However, the etiology, technology needs, and therapy requirements of each child can vary. In this session, five unique profiles of unilateral hearing loss will be discussed. Each profile is based on the etiology of hearing loss and will include a description of the amplification and habilitation for listening and spoken language that Sunshine Cottage School Parent Infant Program has adopted.