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Course Details

Course # 4829
Audiologists and Teachers (or Therapists) Working Together (HOPE )

Course Abstract

This session will provide participants with ideas and suggestions for collaboration with other professionals. The importance of teaming with other providers to ensure the highest quality of service to one's clients will be discussed. A variety of service delivery models will be described as well as materials for working together.
This course was recorded on December 15, 2005

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Participants will be able to list three contact models.
  • Participants will be able to develop techniques for collaboration with other providers.
  • Participants will be able to describe the benefits (to each provider, the child and the family) of working together.

Average Rating

(9 Ratings)

Most Recent Comments

Displaying 2 most recent comments out of 9 reviews

Review by: Lisa on September 15, 2014
The presentation was well organized and provided valuable information that I will use as a future teacher of the deaf/hard of hearing.
Review by: Lisa on January 6, 2014
It reinforced my thoughts as a professional about how critical it is for collaboration to make service provision the very best it can be.

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Course Presenters

betsy moog brooks

Betsy Moog Brooks, MS-CED

Director of the Family School Program at the Moog Center for Deaf Education

Betsy Moog Brooks, M.S.-CED is the Director of the Family School Program at the Moog Center for Deaf Education.  Betsy has more than 20 years of experience working with young hearing-impaired children and their families.  She works as a consultant to other Moog Curriculum Schools, in the United States and Argentina, teaching teachers and speech language pathologists how to teach young deaf children to talk.  Betsy has lectured and given workshops, throughout the United States and South America, about educating young children with hearing loss and the importance of early intervention.  Betsy is the author of the book My Baby and Me:  A Book About Teaching Your Child to Talk.

roxanne aaron

Roxanne Aaron, MA, FAAA, CCC-A

pediatric audiologist

Roxanne Aaron, M.A., CCC-A, FAAA
Roxanne Aaron is a pediatric audiologist at the Moog Center for Deaf Education in St. Louis, Missouri.  At the Moog Center Roxanne is responsible for providing children with access to sound for the reception of speech and language through their hearing aids and cochlear implants.  She has over 20 years of experience in the diagnosis and habilitation of young children with hearing loss.  She has been a consultant to other Moog Curriculum Schools regarding the management of children with hearing loss who are learning spoken language and has been a guest lecturer and presenter at workshops and seminars on topics related to the audiologic management of young children.  Roxanne has received Board Certification in Audiology with a Specialty in Cochlear Implants from the American Board of Audiology.

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