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
The Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP) is free to all ASDC members. Find out how you can access 8,000+ educational videos for kids in English and Spanish.
Learn how your child can communicate and connect with other Deaf and hard of hearing kids their age with the new Friends Like Me program from SignOn. ASDC members get 5 free sessions!
The webinar for parents and educators will share best practices on providing (and receiving) early intervention for deaf and hard of hearing babies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Spanish voice interpretation available!
Learn ASL signs for school with teacher Richard Rose. Learn signs related to English, math, science, social studies, and more!
These free ASL classes are being offered by Connections Beyond Sight and Sound, the Maryland/DC DeafBlind Project, and the Family Support and Resource Center at the Maryland School for the Deaf. We thank them for their work to support families with deaf and hard of...
Get information about our upcoming ASL classes, see our RIT spotlight, learn about hearing aid reimbursement, and more!
Do you live in Washington, D.C.? Learn how you can get up to $500 reimbursement for your child’s hearing aids!
Get a new ASL Story video, free memberships, and help with hearing aid management. Learn about a new relay call feature from SVRS, and meet Sign of Hope, our newest ASDC organization member.
Signs for Hope LLC is an ASDC member organization. Learn about their commitment to deaf children around the world who are waiting to be adopted.
Learn about a new feature from Sorensen Video Relay Service called Wavello. It’s a new app that allows you to see the person you are calling and the interpreter at the same time! Great for communicating with hearing friends and family.