Do you work with clinical practices, children and families, state stakeholders, and/or other organizations or providers who support children and families who are deaf or hard of hearing? The American Academy of Pediatrics’ Early Hearing Detection and Invervention (EHDI) program has developed these summaries of innovative and promising practices for you:
- Tracking, Surveillance, and Integration of Hospital Data (Oklahoma)
- Impact of Family Retreats (Vermont)
- Infants Receiving Early Intervention (Kansas)
- Utilizing Regional Educational Audiology Providers (Iowa)
- Hands & Voices – A Parent’s Guide
Do you have innovative and promising practices to share? The AAP is now accepting applications for Innovative and Promising Practices that feature practical and innovative implementation strategies that support care of children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families. Selected practices will be featured on the AAP EHDI web page and disseminated broadly to EHDI stakeholders and EHDI Chapter Champions. Complete this brief application for an opportunity to share strategies from successful program, along with challenges and lessons learned, with your peers. Contact Beth Mlodoch at email@example.com with any questions.