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
Use our new ASL Stories Directory to find a signed version of children’s books. Links to free videos of ASL retellings of stories for children of all ages.
Watch this video to get lots of useful tips about how to read and sign a story with deaf and hard of hearing children and boost their literacy skills!
Learn how to make a tactile experience book – a fun way to promote literacy for any child, but especially useful for deafblind children.
Educators, take a deep dive into understanding the world of your deaf students whose parents are non-native English speakers living in rural communities in America. Learn how to best support these students within the context of their home, school, and community.
Do you work in the field of early hearing detection and intervention (EHDI)? Read this important update on best practices!
Get a free ASL numbers chart that show the hand shapes for numbers 0-20 in American Sign Language. Free from the American Society for Deaf Children. Please share!
Get a free ASL alphabet chart that show the hand shapes for letters A-Z in American Sign Language. Free from the American Society for Deaf Children. Please share!
The American Academy of Audiology is the world’s largest professional organization of, by, and for audiologists. Search their database of over 12,000 audiologists to find one near you. http://memberportal.audiology.org/Directories/Find-an-Audiologist?protected=false
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This webcast will give early interventionists a foundational knowledge to engage in dialogue with parents and professionals about the neurolinguistic benefits of early exposure to visual language for all babies.