Approximately 2 to 3 out of 1000 children in the United States are born with a significant hearing loss. Early identification and intervention of hearing loss is crucial to children’s lifelong learning outcomes. It is well documented that later identification of hearing loss can lead to significant delays in children’s speech, language, literacy, social and emotional development.
Hearing Loss in ChildrenUniversity of Michigan
About this Course
What you will learn
Identify components of ear anatomy.
Interpret an audiogram to identify the type and degree of hearing loss.
Describe non-surgical and surgical interventions for children identified with permanent hearing loss.
Identify components of the vestibular system.
Skills you will gain
- hearing loss risk factors
- hearing loss assessment
- vestibular system
- ear anatomy
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Week 1: Ear Anatomy
Week 2: Hearing Loss and Assessments
Week 3: Hearing Loss Diagnosis and Impact on Speech and Language Development
Week 4: Interventions for Hearing Loss
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TOP REVIEWS FROM HEARING LOSS IN CHILDREN
I enjoyed hearing from different specialists in each area and the examples they gave with videos.
Very Informative and interesting course. some of the modules were long.
It was too exhaustive but I had a compulsion to complete it as a medical student.
the lecturers were very informative, the slides were readable, the practical videos were superb.
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