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Online Workshop Series

Teaching Children with Hearing Loss
to Listen and Talk

Children with

Cochlear Implants



  • Learn how CI differs from hearing aids; Expectations for children.
  • Learn how to interpret the processor map in terms of speech acoustics.
  • Learn how to use therapy to ensure that the CI is adjusted appropriately.
  • Learn how to customize auditory activities for children with a CI.
  • Earn ASHA CEUs (and LSLS hours)!



AT A GLANCE

Title
Teaching Children with Hearing Loss
to Listen and Talk - COCHLEAR IMPLANT
Level
Intermediate
(Pre-requisites: Our
AV Basics workshop or equivalent knowledge. See FAQ for more info)
Presenter
Pratibha Srinivasan, Au.D., CCC-A, LSLS-Cert.AVT
When
11 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Intended Audience
Teachers of the Deaf, Speech-Language Pathologists, Audiologists, Special Educators & other professionals who work with children with hearing loss.
CEUs

This course is offered for 0.4 ASHA CEUs
(Intermediate Level, Professional Area)
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This workshop provides 4.0 hours of LSLS CE/Learning credit.
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For other professionals, this course should
provide 4 professional development hours.
See FAQ below for more information
Equipment Required
PC or Mac, USB Headset; or iPad or other tablet; See FAQ for more details.
Registration
$119 per participant
Click Here to Register Now!



WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
Time (EST)
Topic
11:00 TO 12:00
CI: Introduction

CI and Speech Acoustics
12:10 TO 1:10
Understanding the Processor Map

Monitoring the Implant using Therapy Feedback
1:10 TO 1:50
LUNCH BREAK
1:50 TO 3:30
(with 10 min break)
Activities for Spoken Language Development of Children with CI

Customizing and Modifying Auditory Activities to Maximize CI use
3:30 TO 4:00
FM systems and the CI

Q&A



WHAT PEOPLE SAY

I have been wanting a more specific view of CIs in terms of direct service.  So much of the training/explanation I get is from a medical perspective that is not knowledgeable of the way children learn, how brains work (not only in processing sound), etc.  I really appreciated having evidence-based explanations/descriptions of ways to work with these kiddos, and not just a boring lecture about the input/output audiologically. (D.R., Oregon)
I liked everything this time because I felt under skilled in this area and I now am beginning to feel better about where to go with a student who has a cochlear implant.  Pratibha’s explanations are what I like the best…she explains her slides, her videos and answers questions in a way that gives examples which in turn really helps someone like me who has very limited experience with a cochlear implanted student.  (C.P., Florida)
This workshop helped me understand better what type of work a speech therapist can and should do with a child who has a cochlear implant (C.C., Maine)
Good overview of Cochlear Implants and audiology related to speech and listening as well as its application. I learned more than I expected based on the training that I had previously had. (K.K., Arizona)
These workshops always make my creative side go crazy! I'm excited to go back to school and start implementing these ideas (C.B., California)
I have been captivated by the information and the conference goes by very quickly. I've taken classes in AVT, gone to conferences, and use the techniques with my students so I was surprised at how much new information I was able to learn from this workshop. (C.L., Michigan)
The information is presented in a manner that is easy to understand and very applicable. It is a great value .... (E.M., Washington)
I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop. Presentation sparked many questions and comments between myself and my co-worker (A.C., Lousiana)