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Supporting Families of Children with Hearing Loss: What Parents Want from their Audiologist

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1.  A benefit of parent-to-parent support programs are:
  1. Advocacy
  2. Opportunity
  3. Mutuality
  4. All of the above
2.  For parents and families of children with hearing loss, research shows that predictors of well-being are:
  1. Emotional support
  2. Adaptation support
  3. Relational support
  4. All of the above
3.  According to interview research with parents, social skill development in children with hearing loss
  1. Needs coaching and practice
  2. Occurs automatically
  3. Is always delayed
  4. None of the above
4.  A major barrier to successful outcomes for children with hearing loss is:
  1. Poor behavior of child with hearing loss
  2. Lack of understanding of hearing loss by parent/caregiver
  3. Older hearing aids
  4. Poor use of FM or Remote Microphone technology
5.  Parents can support the integration of hearing loss into their child’s self-identity development by having
  1. Positive conversations about their hearing loss
  2. Positive conversations about the child’s brothers or sisters
  3. Positive conversations about their friends at school
  4. All of the above

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