AudiologistsInformation and Resources Especially for Audiologists
Audiologists are the first point of contact for many families, information and resources on this page provide audiologists with the most up-to-date research and articles to help them provide families with information to make important decisions regarding their children.
Recommended Articles for Audiologists
In this webinar, you’ll learn how interpret your child’s audiogram, explore treatment options, and work effectively with your child’s audiologist.
Parents of infants who are deaf or hard of hearing are needed for an online study being conducted at Gallaudet.
Deaf Studies Today is putting on an amazing virtual conference this year. ASDC members can attend free of charge. Sign up today!
Here’s your chance to BE the change! Learn about the Cogswell-Macy Act and how you can help get the proposed law passed. Join us on April 6 for a free online planning meeting.
Each state provides early intervention services for infants and toddlers with deaf-blindness. Learn how to access services in your state.
Save the date for Gallaudet University’s Camp Discovery for children ages 4-12 who are deaf/hard of hearing or have deaf parents.
The EHDI Conference 2021 is right around the corner! It’s for parents and professionals working with deaf and hard of hearing children.
A college student in Ohio is researching how Deaf identity is influenced by contact with culturally Deaf individuals. She has a short survey for young adults (18-25) who have at least one cochlear implant.
RIT/NTID’s American Sign Language and English Interpretation program has achieved national accreditation, making it one of only 16 accredited bachelor’s degree interpreting programs in the country.
See our list of ASL videos of stories about December holidays including Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa.