16th ANNUAL EARLY HEARING DETECTION & INTERVENTION MEETING
February 26-28, 2017 • Atlanta, GA
2/28/2017 | 2:15 PM - 2:45 PM | Developing and Implementing a Full Continuum of Educational Services for Toddlers with Hearing Loss | Hanover C
The educational and childcare needs of families can vary greatly. This session will look at the benefits of creating a full continuum of care to meet the needs of every type of family. Ranging from mother's day out programs to full-day care, an intervention team can evaluate a child's present levels of performance in listening and spoken language, parental involvement, and other developmental factors to determine the best and most appropriate educational placement for very young children with hearing loss. Participants will review a rubric to assist in making objective recommendations for the level of support a toddler may need, and will discuss ways to implement a wide range of family-centered early childhood educational services.
- Explore different toddler classroom models
- Make informed classroom placement recommendations for toddlers
- Support families with the global development of a child with hearing loss
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Lindy Powell is the Director of Education at The Center for Hearing and Speech. She has a degree in Deaf Education/Special Education from Ball State University, and a Master’s in Education in Reading from The University of St. Thomas Houston. She is in her final year of mentorship for Auditory-Verbal Educator Route C certification. Lindy serves as adjunct faculty for The UT Health Science Center San Antonio’s program in Deaf Education and Hearing Sciences.
Financial - No relevant financial relationship exist.
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