Educational Audiology in Schools

There is no doubt that children with hearing loss need educational audiology services in... Read More

Using Phoneme Perception to Modify CI Maps

I have been teaching some online courses in Australia and Singapore this last week.... Read More

Duration of CI Use and Speech Recognition Outcomes

There has been a lot of research over the years about the relationship of... Read More

Masks, School, and Hearing Loss

Everyone with hearing loss or who works with children with hearing loss is aware... Read More

AGBell virtual conference

Anyone who works with children with hearing loss should be a member of the... Read More


Ten Tips

In 2008 I gave a talk at Cook Children’s Hospital in Ft Worth TX.... Read More

What Do You Want People To Know About Living With Hearing Loss?

I asked some young adults what they would want people to know about living... Read More

Parents, Please Remember the Siblings of Children with Hearing Loss

In the last few months, I have spoken with several siblings of kids with... Read More

Language And Math

For many years now, I have heard concerns from parents and teachers about problems... Read More


With early identification, and high quality technology, most kids with hearing loss have enormous... Read More


Viral Conditions Associated with Hearing Loss

This Week’s Blog Post is contributed by Lisa Klop, AuD. Dr. Lisa Klop received... Read More

Pioneers Helping Children Learn to Hear

Helen Beebe was one of the pioneers who worked to help children with hearing... Read More

When Kids Have Poor Speech Production

I recently consulted with a family which was concerned about the educational performance of... Read More

Responsibilities of Pediatric Audiology

Pediatric audiology is a complex profession. In addition to diagnostic responsibilities, pediatric audiologists need... Read More

Professionals Learning From Each Other

I have just returned from a week in England attending the British Society of... Read More