Poster Sessions


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P 1 EHDI Loss to Follow-Up: Barriers That Prevent Families from Seeking Follow-Up Care Robert Fifer
Rachel Mehringer
P 2 Does Follow-Up Hearing Appointment Scheduled by Hospital Staff Prior to Hospital Discharge Improve Loss to Follow-Up Among Newborns Who Fail Newborn Hearing Screening? Tri Tran
Jeanette Webb
Terri Ibieta
Wendy Jumonville
Melinda Peat
P 3 What Can Newborn Hearing Screening Data Tell Us About Factors Associated with Loss to Follow-Up? Anne Marie Tharpe
Hayden Engstrom
Alyssa Fosnight
P 4 The Effect on Loss To Follow Up When Babies are Scheduled for Out-Patient Follow Up Appointments Prior to Hospital Discharge Amanda Simpson
Melissa Richardson
P 5 Effective Answers to The Most Common Questions From Nursing Staff Melissa Richardson
Sandra Davis
P 6 Analysis of Initial Newborn Hearing Screening’s Referral Rate According to the Test Days After Birth: Comparison Between Well Newborns and NICU Infants Sukyoung Park
Seung-Ha Oh
P 7 Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome and Newborn Hearing Screening Amber Bell
Marlene Stegmeier
P 8 Family Perspective on EHDI Services in Idaho Kristina Blaiser
Gabriel Bargen
Erika Blanchard
Brian Shakespeare
Paula Mason
Jill Muir
Anna Smith
Andrea Amestoy
Susan Jones
P 9 Idaho's Regional Analysis of Family Support Kristina Blaiser
Gabriel Bargen
Erica Maier
Brittany Hewitt
Caitlin Cusack
Brian Shakespeare
Paula Mason
Susan Jones
Jill Muir
Anna Smith
Erika Blanchard
Andrea Amestoy
P 10 Photobook of Exceptional Children: Softening the Hearing Loss Diagnosis and Marketing Early Intervention to Parents of Children with Hearing Loss Andrea Amestoy
P 11 Supporting Professionals Serving Children who are DHH Kristina Blaiser
James Mahshie
P 12 Management of Minimal Hearing Loss: A Team Approach Emily Noss
Kelly Yeager
Ashley Irick
Autumn Sanderson
P 13 At Home Listening Check with the Ling 6 Sounds—Live Voice or iPad? Ashley Irick
Jillian McCarthy
P 14 Purposeful Play for Parents and Professionals Emily Noss
Ashley Irick
Autumn Sanderson
P 15 Childhood Access to Family Communication: Findings from the Rochester Health Survey with Adults Deaf Since Birth or Early Childhood Steven Barnett
Wyatte Hall
Lori DeWindt
Erika Sutter
Scott Smith
P 16 Supporting Early Literacy in the Audiology Clinic Stacey Goebel
Darby Blake
P 17 Development of a Self-Assessment Tool for Early Intervention Providers Mary Ellen Nevins
Patti Martin
Tracy Pate
P 18 Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) In Children with Hearing Loss and Practical Suggestions for Audiologists Amber Zaddack
P 19 Tailoring for Taylor: Making Early Intervention Fit for a Deaf Plus Family Sarah Owens
P 20 The Application of Korean Aural Rehabilitation for Infants (KARI) Jinsook Kim
Kyeongyeon Park
Jieun Yoon
Hyejin Park
Jihyeon Lee
P 21 A Comparative Study of Infant-Toddler Auditory & Communicative Behavioral Checklist and Korean Developmental Screening Test for Infants & Children Kyeongyeon Park
Hyejin Park
Jinsook Kim
P 22 Auditory Neuropathy – Unique Children, Unique Outcomes Katie Sawaya
P 23 Use of Dexmedetomidine for Sedation in Auditory Brainstem Response Testing Laura Sherry
Eric Levey
Carolyn Gillen
Joseph Pillion
P 24 Use of Baby Isao Simulator and Standardized Parents in Hearing Screening and Parent Counseling Education Ahmad A. Alanazi
Nannette Nicholson
P 25 Are Audiologists Directly Referring Children with Hearing Loss to Early Intervention? Bridget Shanahan
Cailin Shanahan
Natalie Loyola
P 26 Portable Visual Reinforced Audiometry (VRA) Hearing Screenings in the Community Jon Douglas
Amy Hartman
Bridget Shanahan
P 27 Factors Leading To Congenital Hearing Loss in Patients Coming To a Tertiary Care Hospital in Karachi: A Retrospective Study of 87 Patients Adnan Ali
Ahra Sami
Sohail Awan
P 28 Information Given to Parents of Neonatal-Intensive Care Unit Graduates on Hearing Alisha Jones
Cydney Gehring
P 29 Early Intervention for Children with Hearing Loss: Shifting the Focus to Families Brittany Cuevas
P 30 Successfully Aiding in the Success of Children Crista Froeling
Kodi Ogle
P 31 How Media Depicts Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children, Adults and Their Families: Re-Framing the Possibilities Julie Rems-Smario
P 32 Reaching the Hard to Reach Families: Finding New Ways to Connect Using Technology Sarah Wainscott
Jennifer Peterson
Linda Lartigue
Yuliana Trujillo
P 33 Factors That Influence Device Selection By Parents of Pediatric Cochlear Implant Candidates Avital Westreich
Zachary Moore
P 34 Are "Two Ears Better Than One": An Examination of the Decision-Making Process of CI Audiologists When Deciding on Bilateral Sequential or Bilateral Simultaneous CIs For Their Pediatric Patients Avital Westreich
Frayne Poeting
P 35 An Investigation of Concurrent Validity of the Baby SPEAK Measure and Parental Knowledge of Early Language Development Avital Westreich
Lena Smith
P 36 Language Outcomes of Latino Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: A Multi-State Sample Beatriz de Diego-Lázaro
P 37 Language Connection: The Joint Benefits of Preschool Inclusion Sarabeth Fly
Lindy Powell
P 38 Making a Connection Between Gross Motor and Language Development Kasie LeBlanc
P 39 Using Music and Movement to Support School Readiness Skills in Preschool Children with Hearing Loss Glynnis DuBois
P 40 Dinner Dialogues Build Language in Deaf Children David Meek
P 41 Longitudinal Assessment of Language & Social/Emotional Outcomes for Toddlers Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing in Wisconsin Christi Hess
Kayla Kristensen
Elizabeth Seeliger
Connie Stevens
Rebecca Martin
Anne Harris
P 42 Are We There Yet? Lessons Learned from a Hearing Loss –Genetics Needs Assessment Kunal Sanghavi
Karl White
Tyson Barrett
Amanda Wylie
Melissa Raspa
Beth Vogel
Michele Caggana
Joann Bodurtha
P 43 Teaching the Teachers: a Review of Deaf Education Personnel Preparation Programs Diane Behl
Sara Doutre
Heather Mariger
P 44 Controlling False Positives: Tactics That Work to Bring Down Refer Rates with Data from Multiple Sites as Evidence Denise Metalsky
Tammy Uehlin
Megan Caldwell
P 45 A New Day for EHDI in Georgia: Capturing individualized hearing screening data on the newborn screening card and electronic birth certificate, 2014-2016 Michael Lo
Brendan Ibe
Johanna Pringle
Tiffany Fowles
Kelly Dundon
P 46 Identification of Oral Clefts as a Risk Factor for Hearing Loss During Newborn Hearing Screening Karin Neidt
Marcie Rider
Patricia Purcell
P 47 What is Critical Race Theory and Cultural Capital? How Does Medical Professional Capitalized These Framework? Beth Hamilton
P 48 Is Once a Year Language Assessments for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children Enough? Jean Andrews
Beth Hamilton
P 49 A Comparison and Analysis of Early Childhood and School Aged Hearing Screening Protocols Sandra Gabbard
Kaylee Watson
Mari Peterman
Zoe Boxer
P 50 Outpatient Rescreening of Newborn Infants using AABR and OAE Kelly Allison
Skye Dorsett
Marisa Marsteller
Melissa Simpson
Mallory Baker
Marcia Fort
Jackson Roush
P 51 Beyond Academics: Exploring the benefits of hearing assistive technology for young children Sandra Gabbard
Laurel Thorburn
P 52 Cochlear Implantation in Children with Congenital Cytomegalovirus Lisa Copeland
Holly Teagle
Jackson Roush
P 53 Filling the Gap: A Call for Assessment and Intervention Strategies for Children Who are Deaf with Disabilities Katelyn Schwoeppe
Holly Frigerio
P 54 Utilization of Special Care Plans in Audiology for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Taylor Stevenson
P 55 Improving EHDI in the State of South Dakota; A Parent’s Perspective Megan Wegher
Kiersten Meyer
P 56 How Do You Set Listening Targets for Infants with Hearing Loss at Different Stages of Hearing Access Kaia Feggestad
P 57 An AuD Practicum Experience That Supports EHDI Follow-Up Efforts Julie Beeler
Lorann Potter
Elizabeth Tobener
Alexa Grigsy
P 58 Bimodal Hearing in Children: A Retrospective Review at one Cochlear Implant Center Katharina Boyce
Holly Teagle
P 59 Attachment and Communication Jeanette Humphreys
P 60 Branchiootorenal (BOR) Syndrome: The search for appropriate monitoring Catherine LeRoy
P 61 The relationship between functional spectral resolution and vowel recognition performance in pediatric cochlear implant users Anne Duchen
P 62 Effectiveness of the Family-to-Family Support Model for Families Who have Children with Hearing Loss Laurel Graham
Courtney Salakielu
Renee Lucero
P 63 Culturally Appropriate Public Health Materials on Cytomegalovirus (CMV) and Newborn Hearing Screenings for American Indian Communities in Utah Cailey Mortensen
Kalley Ellis
Lara Cilo
Helene Kalala
Stephanie Browning McVicar
Corinne Coleman