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Classroom observation is critical

The school year is well on the way. How do we know that our... Read More

Data Logging – Why It Helps

There is a lot of data which shows that children with hearing loss who... Read More

When Does a Child Need a Remote Microphone?

I recently spoke at a conference sponsored by Phonak in Stockholm. It was a... Read More

Receiving Support in Schools

When I started working in this field (in the age of the dinosaurs) there... Read More

A Parent’s View about Getting CI’s At Later Than The Optimal Time

Today’s blog is written by  Lydia Gregoret. She is an audiologist, scientist, teacher, and... Read More

HEARING LOSS IN KIDS

What Do School Personnel Need to Know About Hearing?

What do Children Need to Hear in the Classroom? The majority of what children... Read More

The LOCHI Studies And What They Teach Us

The National Acoustics Laboratory in Australia under the supervision of Dr. Teresa Ching has... Read More

Supporting an Auditory Verbal Family

  Today’s blog is written by Stacey Lim, Au.D., Ph.D., CCC-A. Dr. Lim, a... Read More

Support Groups For Kids with Hearing Loss

One of my most favorite activities is running a support group for children with... Read More

Deaf Children’s Bill of Rights

Connecticut just joined 11 other states when it passed a Deaf Children’s Bill of... Read More

THERAPY FOR HEARING L OSS

Let’s Look At Each Ear Separately Part 2

in my last blog I discussed looking at hearing in each ear to make... Read More

Using Words Carefully

 We are all influenced by words. Some have easy, uncomplicated meanings (book, tree, house)... Read More

Fitting Two Ears – Do They Always Match?

The fact that we have two ears does not mean that both of them... Read More

It’s Not the Same Old Deafness

At the recent Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EDHI) meeting there was, as always,... Read More

On the Road to Ho Chi Minh City

This week’s Blog is written by my friend and colleague Lillian Henderson.  She earned a master’s... Read More