Webinar: Assessing and Setting Goals for Children with Hearing Loss and Remedial Speech Problems
This webinar provides an overview of the approaches used for assessing children with hearing loss and remedial speech problems. These are often children who come late to listening because of problems with hearing and have not yet become confident listeners. In particular, it discusses the use of the Ling Model of speech assessment and intervention.
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Learning Objectives for this webinar are:
- Describing the Ling Speech Model for assessing speech skills in children with hearing loss;
- Identifying at least three speech assessment tools appropriate for children with hearing loss and remedial speech issues; and
- Describing how to compare phonetic and phonologic level speech assessments to select appropriate goals for remediation.
This module is a recording of a webinar originally presented in October 2013 as part of Cochlear’s and the Royal Institute of Deaf and Blind Children’s Hope Lecture Series.
There is no quiz or Certificate of Completion for this webinar.