This is a series of six online lectures related to all areas of audiology. These sessions can be accessed live and/ or via a recording at a later date. This is the first seminar. This seminar has been endorsed by the Audiological Society of Australia for 1.5 CPD points and the AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language has approved the program to offer 1 LSLS™ CEU.
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To register, please click on the Register link at the bottom of the event description. Alternatively print off the Continuing Professional Education Course Registration Form (PDF 319KB) below. Fill it out and fax/post it to RIDBC Renwick Centre.
In this series of one-hour recorded presentations, Dr. Karen Wolffe introduces listeners to areas of concern in the lives of children and youth with visual impairments that are often overlooked or under-represented in general education and home settings: Career Education, Social Skills, Recreation & Leisure, Transition, and Independent Living. These are not live events.
This series of webinars focus on the analysis of objective and subjective student performance and learning environment data to inform school support services. The five step process begins with development of a student performance profile derived from assessments that traverse academic, social, and communication domains. These seminars have been endorsed by the Audiological Society of Australia for 1.5 CPD points each.
This fun and interactive discussion will focus on activities that you can do to promote language development for children under the age of 5 years at home.
This paper will present a case study demonstrating a model of home based cochlear implant management using Telepractice methods. In particular, this paper will highlight the use of Telepractice for managing all stages of the cochlear implant process, except for surgery and radiology. All participants in the program, including recipients, caregivers and professionals, completed satisfaction surveys regarding the use of a home-based model. Questionnaire data revealed high levels of
Come and see Hear For You's presentation, featuring two of our NSW Mentors Stephanie Nasr and Sam Cartledge! They will be telling you all about what we have to offer deaf/hard of hearing/hearing impaired teenagers in high school in our workshops.
In this series of one-hour presentations, Dr. Karen Wolffe introduces listeners to areas of concern in the lives of children and youth with visual impairments that are often overlooked or under-represented in general education and home settings: Career Education, Social Skills, Recreation & Leisure, Transition, and Independent Living.
The aim of this workshop is to give parents a clear understanding of how sound impacts learning environments and strategies that can be implemented to reduce the effect of adverse factors, such as reverberation and noise, in classrooms.
A one day conference for visiting teachers and other professional supporting students who are Deaf and hearing impaired in mainstream settings. Sessions will address a range of topics in the areas of: Deaf Education, Audiology and General Education/ Teaching Practice.
This day will present a focus on early identification of eye and vision problems in children aged 0-5 years, through the practice of vision surveillance and vision screening. Current surveillance and screening protocols will be discussed in the broad context of identification of eye and vision conditions.