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  • 1. School-age children
    Who have hearing loss
  • 2. Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA, 1997) mandates that the IEP consider the language and communication needs of the child and the need for assistive technologies.
  • 3. Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
  • 4. Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    How were these domains addressed for the different children we saw in Mr. Cooper’s talk?
  • 5. Audition
    Listening devices
    Assistive technology
    Classroom acoustics
  • 6. Speech
    Children speak what they hear.
  • 7. Speech
    Children speak what they hear.
    As functional hearing decreases
    Increase in segmental errors
    Increase in suprasegmental errors
    Overall reduced intelligibility
  • 8. Speech
    Focus on phonemes
    “ch” example
    Focus on nasality
    Focus on prosody
  • 9. Language
    Limited access to word learning opportunities
    Less “sparkle”
    Lack of adjectives and adverbs
    Lack of diversity in sentence structures
    The case of the missing /s/
    Pragmatics
  • 10. Language
    Literacy
    Reading
    Phonology::Orthography
    Writing
  • 11. Therapy domains
    Communication between parent & child
    Understanding of complex concepts/discourse
    Vocabulary
    World knowledge
    Self-expression
    Growth of syntax and pragmatics
    Narrative skills
    Social competency