16th ANNUAL EARLY HEARING DETECTION & INTERVENTION MEETING
February 26-28, 2017 • Atlanta, GA

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2/28/2017  |   2:15 PM - 2:45 PM   |  Developing Language and Listening Skills Through the Use of Daily Routines   |  Hanover F

Developing Language and Listening Skills Through the Use of Daily Routines

Intervention that focuses on teaching children language and listening skills through the use of daily routines is a highly successful way to achieve positive outcomes for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Why is it so successful? Because intervention is embedded into the child’s everyday life, gives the family increased “ownership” over intervention, allows for the parent to become the child’s main teacher, and enables the teacher to coach the parent. Children who are deaf or hard of hearing will advance more quickly if the parent and teacher embed strategies into their daily routines. Participants will learn why they should consider teaching through the use of daily routines, what it looks like, how to imbed language & listening goals into daily routines, and how to implement this type of instruction.

  • Participants will learn why they should provide instruction through the use of daily routines, and how to embed language and listening goals into instruction through the use of daily routines.
  • Participants will learn coaching strategies to increase parent involvement in the planning and implementation of teaching through the use of daily routines.
  • Participants will learn how to capitalize on the strengths and diversity of families from other cultures when teaching through the use of daily routines.

Presentation:
15804_5564CindyBoyd.pdf

Handouts:
Handout is not Available

Transcripts:
5564 (2).docx
5564.docx


Presenters/Authors

Lucia Quinonez Sumner (), ELSSP-HI, lucia.sumner@esdb.dpi.nc.gov;
Lucia has a master’s degree in Special Education. She works as a Deaf educator with Early Sensory Support for Children with Hearing Impairments. She is bilingual and has worked in the education and medical field as a professional foreign language interpreter and translator. Her Passion is to advocate for the rights of culturally diverse populations to have equal access & equal quality of care regardless of cultural and languages differences. She enjoys collecting traditional games, rhymes and songs in Spanish to be shared with families and other professionals and created a nursery rhyme DVD for Latino Parents. Lucia created the Merry Christmas Project to deliver toys to children with hearing loss. Lucia is a frequent presenter in state, national & international conferences, has provided training to Head Start, the CDSA, as well as internal training at Early Sensory Support. She has published in the peer reviewed journal JEHDI and in the EHDI e-book & created the “Glossary of Deafness & Audiological Terms -English to Spanish “currently used by Hands and Voices for Spanish speaking families. Lucia’s research areas of interest are cultural competency & sensitivity, bilingual & multilingual development, the role of play in development & issues relating to hearing loss. Lucia was part of the UNC CI team/CARE/Beginnings Planning Committee for the Latino Family Retreat for Families with Children with Hearing Loss & continues to be a member of the EHDI E-book advisory board.

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Cindy Boyd (), Early Learning Sensory Support Program for Children with Hearing Impairments, cindy.boyd@esdb.dpi.nc.gov;
Cindy Boyd is an Early Intervention Teacher for children who are deaf or hard of hearing for the state of North Carolina. She has been a teacher for twenty years, and has taught children from birth through third grade. She currently teaches children birth to three as an itinerant teacher, and the bulk of her experience has been teaching in this age range. She is passionate about helping children who are deaf/ hard of hearing and their families. Her goal is to help each child achieve age appropriate language by the time they turn three. She has had experience with Total Communication, ASL, Bi/Bi, and Auditory Verbal Therapy. Cindy has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, Birth to Kindergarten Education, and Education of Children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The past few years her developing passion is the use of teaching through daily routines in natural environments. She has co-presented at the National EHDI conference in 2015, provided training to the CDSA, and internal training at the Early Learning Sensory Support Program.

ASHA DISCLOSURE:

Financial - No relevant financial relationship exist.

Nonfinancial - No relevant nonfinancial relationship exist.