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Assembling a Supportive Team for a Child with a Cochlear Implant (HOPE)

Course: #142Level: Intermediate1 Hour 53 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

Assembling a Supportive Team for a Cochlear Implant Child

A child with a cochlear implant needs a team of people to properly support his or her needs at school. That team should include school-based professionals, CI clinicians, parents, child and classmates. The purpose of this seminar is to review the role of each team member and discuss how parents and others can encourage the child's support network to develop and flourish.


Course created on August 18, 2006

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Learning Outcomes

  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to describe the role of school professionals in the cochlear implant process.
  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to describe basic components of cochlear implant speech processors, including troubleshooting and coupling of cochlear implants to FM systems.
  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to list ways clinics and school personnel can work together to maximize success for children with cochlear implants in the educational setting.


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