Giving Careers Education
Engaging Parents of Children with Hearing Loss

Overview:
Parents play a vital role as primary language facilitators for their children with hearing loss. Perspectives on parenting roles, especially fathers, continue to evolve. Fathers also have tremendous responsibility and fulfill a critical function.

When parents want to initiate appropriate listening and spoken language services for their children, they may not be able to find well-trained professionals in their communities. This presentation will describe strategies promoting increased parental engagement and define a model of telepractice for family-centered Auditory-Verbal Therapy.

For questions or more information, please call 682-885-3195 .
Audience: Speech-Language Pathologists, Educators of children with hearing loss/deafness, Auditory-verbal Therapists
Duration: 4.50 hour(s)
Registration Options:
$36.00 - Resident/Fellow/Student
$60.00 - Base Price
Discounts:
Group: 25.00% off when a minimum of 3 persons register together for the same option.
OR
Early Bird: 25.00% off when registering a minimum of 5 days in advance of the course date.
Note: The system will apply your best discount. Employee prices will not be discounted further.
There are currently no scheduled events. Please contact Education at 682-885-4170.
Accreditation Statement(s):
ASHA
Cook Children’s Medical Center is approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to offer continuing education programs in speech-language pathology and audiology. This course is offered for 4 CEUs (Intermediate to Advanced level, Professional area) ASHA Continuing Education Provider Approval does not imply endorsement of the course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.