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Achieving the Best Outcomes with a Cochlear Implant: 20 Top Tips

Course: #570Level: Intermediate1 Hour 25 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

This session will review four key topics that impact a child's outcomes with a cochlear implant: (1) maximally using the sound processor, (2) empowering parents to promote auditory learning (3) addressing needs in school settings, and (4) involving friends and family members to aid in the child's personal development. Each topic will be explored by sharing a series of tips and related resources that can help families and professionals achieve the best possible outcome.


Course created on July 30, 2008

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Learning Outcomes

  • checkmarkUpon completing this course, users will be able to recommend practices for parents and educators to maximize outcomes with a child's sound processor.
  • checkmarkUpon completing this course, users will be able to outline ways in which a therapist can guide a parent to encourage auditory learning for his/her child with cochlear implant(s).
  • checkmarkUpon completing this course, users will be able to name strategies to aid parents and educators in providing a positive learning environment for a child with cochlear implant(s).


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