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Helping Students with Cochlear Implants Prepare for Life After High School (Parents, Teens, Prof.)

Course: #1051Level: Intermediate1 Hour 2 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

Life after high school is a scary time for any teenager, but can be particularly difficult for the student with a profound hearing loss. The purpose of this presentation is to provide information that will help prepare students for life after high school. Common questions and concerns about this exciting transition will be covered in this course.


Course created on March 17, 2010

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  • checkmarkAfter completing this course participants will be able to identify resources available to students with hearing loss who are finishing high school and are entering college or the workforce.
  • checkmarkAfter completing this course participants will be able to identify federal laws as they relate to students and employees with a hearing loss.
  • checkmarkAfter completing this course participants will identify the different types of accommodations that can help students and employees with hearing loss be successful.


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