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    • School-age children
      Who have hearing loss
    • 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.
    • Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    • Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
      How were these domains addressed for the different children we saw in Mr. Cooper’s talk?
    • Audition
      Listening devices
      Assistive technology
      Classroom acoustics
    • Speech
      Children speak what they hear.
    • Speech
      Children speak what they hear.
      As functional hearing decreases
      Increase in segmental errors
      Increase in suprasegmental errors
      Overall reduced intelligibility
    • Speech
      Focus on phonemes
      “ch” example
      Focus on nasality
      Focus on prosody
    • 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
    • Language
      Literacy
      Reading
      Phonology::Orthography
      Writing
    • 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