Children with HL Rehab Aud Questions

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  1. Andrew P

    Andrew P

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    Jun 29, 2017
    Hello, everyone!

    My name is Andrew, and I am an undergraduate Speech/Language Hearing Sciences student. This summer I am taking a Rehab Aud class, and I am writing a paper on children with hearing loss.
    I'm looking for professionals/pre-professionals who have worked with children with hearing loss in any way (doesn't necessarily have to be an aud setting) to answer the following questions:


    1. What is your role in working with children with hearing loss, or more specifically,
    what are your duties that involve children with hearing loss?

    2. When you work with children who have hearing loss, what are the two or three
    consequences or effects of the hearing loss that you think have the biggest impact on the
    child’s life?

    3. Do you think that children with hearing loss are being adequately served in the area
    where you work?

    4. What kinds of things would you like to see happen differently for children with
    hearing loss where you work?

    5. If you are familiar with the speech and language services that children with hearing
    loss receive in your school or community, do you think that these services are meeting
    the needs of the students? Why do you think this?

    6. If you are aware of the hearing related services that children with hearing loss are
    receiving in the schools or community where you are, do you think that these services are
    meeting the needs of the students? Why do you think this?

    7. Do you have anything that you would like to see done differently by people who work
    with kids with hearing loss? (e.g. programs, funding, devices, etc..)

    I thank you all in advance for your time and wisdom.

    Andrew
     
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