For Professionals - Glue Ear: Minimal Hearing Loss Can Have Major Impact
November 3, 2017
|Time||09.30 to 16.00|
|Venue||The Ear Foundation, Nottingham, UK|
|Tickets||Standard Professional : £100.00|
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For parents, and professionals in health and education: a new one day conference on glue ear and minimal hearing loss.
Glue ear is something we shouldn’t ignore. Learn about its links to APD, tinnitus, speech and language development, confidence, social skills, and performance at school.
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A multi-professional day, we’ll be joined by experts in the field looking at why and how to manage children with otitis media. Along with current research, we’ll look at practical tips you can give families and available resources.
5 facts on otitis media in children (glue ear)
- 80% of children will be affected by glue ear before they reach 10 years.
- When glue ear doesn’t resolve itself on its own, it may interfere with speech and language development, confidence, social skills, or performance at school
- Treatment varies widely, within the UK and around the world
- Parents often feel frustrated and without support
- Otitis media rates are much higher for children with down syndrome
- Describe otitis media, options for management and current best practice
- Discuss the impact of minimal hearing loss on learning, language and families
- Recall the impact of ‘glue ear plus’ for children with permanent hearing loss and development challenges such as down syndrome
- List 5 ways to support a child with recurrent otitis media
- Compare care pathways for otitis media and reflect on your service/experience
- Write 3 actions to put into practice, short, medium and long term
Download the programme here Programme.pdf