2014 EHDI Annual Meeting


The session have the following EI Credit:
'What to Expect for a Child's Auditory Development'-1.5 TYP, 1.5 ATY
'Baby Beats: An Early Intervention Approach and Resource to Empower Families of Very Young Children with Hearing Loss-1 WWF, 1 ATY
11:35AM-12:05 PM
'Oregon’s EHDI and Part C Partnership: Working Together to Make Good Things Happen for Young Children with Hearing Loss'- 0.5 WWF
'The REACH Texas Pilot: Online Early Intervention Partnerships for Rural Families'- 0.5 WWF
'Implementing an Effective Bilingual Bimodal Early Childhood Program'-0.5 INT
'Jump Start 21st Century Skill Development: Communication, Critical Thinking, Creativity and Collaboration in Early Intervention Services '-0.5 INT
2-2:30 PM
'Team-Based Early Intervention for Families of Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Planning, Implementation, Challenges, and Successes'-0.5 INT
'Individualizing Instruction for Children with Multiple Special Needs: Lessons from a Deaf-Blind Playgroup'-0.5 INT
'Audiology and Early Intervention Collaboration'-0.5 INT
'Using SEE in Early Intervention'-0.5 INT
'EHDI Partnerships: The Deaf Mentor Program at NMSD: Expanding quality services and building partnerships-0.5 WWF
'Services for Children Who are Deaf-Blind'-0.5 INT
'Sign Language Curriculum for Early Intervention parent-child group -0.5 INT
'Language Outcomes of Young Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing across 11 States: Strengths, Limitations, and Predictors of Success'0.25 ATY, 0.25 INT
'Auditory Practices for Children Using Sign and Spoken Language'-0.5 INT
11:35AM-12:05 PM
'Language Outcomes of Children from Spanish-Speaking Families: A Multi-State Perspective'-0.25 WWF, 0.25 INT
'The Importance of Visual Language - using ASL, SEE, Cued Speech or spoken English'-0.5 INT
'Goodness of Fit and the Families of Deaf/HH Infants '-0.5 WWF
'Outcomes of Children who are Hard of Hearing: A New Chapter'-1 INT
'Deaf Mentor Programming: A New Generation'-0.5 WWF
'Deaf Mentor Programming: A New Generation'-0.5 WWF
'Early Involvement; Providing Families with resources, not choices'-0.5 WWF
'Access to All Communication Modes for Toddlers at the Texas School for the Deaf'-0.5 INT
'Teaching Baby’s First Teacher: Developing Communication Competencies in Parents of Deaf Children'-0.5 WWF
'Autism Spectrum in Children who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing: Diagnostic and Intervention Conundrums'—0.25 AS, 0.25 INT
'Keeping Hearing Aids on Young Children – Effective Strategies to Share with Families'-0.5 INT
'Family Signs – Tele-Intervention Program: Sign Language Support for Families of Infants and Toddlers Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Texas and Beyond!'-0.5 INT
'Early Intervention for the Youngest Little Ones: Meeting the Unique Challenges of Infants under 6 Months of Age'-0.5 INT
'Consonant Development in Young Children with Hearing Loss'- 0.5 INT
'Real-Time Embedded Coaching During Tele-Intervention and In-Person Sessions'-0.5 INT
'Internet Therapy: an Evolution of Coaching as a Practice in Early Intervention'-0.5 INT
'Providing support to families and professionals when there isn’t a lot of money: Strategies from Kansas'-0.5 INT
'Early Literacy Foundations (ELF): An Early Years Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children'-0.5 WWF
'A Deaf Child’s Voice: Things I Wish EHDI Told My Parents'-0.5 WWF
'How to Capitalize on the Window of Language Acquisition'-0.5 INT
'Developing the Musical Brain to Boost Early Communication and Listening Skills'-0.5 INT
'Speech and Language goals in Clinical Settings for Young Children who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing'-0.5 INT
'Early Language: A Bridge to Emotional and Cognitive Well-Being'-0.5 TYP

Location Hyatt-Regency Jacksonville-Riverfront
225 E Coastline Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Date 4/13/2014 9:00 AM - 4/15/2014 5:00 PM (Check in 8:00 AM)
Sponsor National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management, CDC, HRSA-MCHB, AAP
Trainer Mandy McClellan
Contact Mandy McClellan (501) 626-4640 ehdiconference@usu.edu
Principles 1. Support families
2. Active participation
3. Collaborative relationships
5. Comprehensive plans
7. Quality services
Credit Hours 0
Cost $325 early, $375 regular, $40 pre-sessions
Status Closed