CONFERENCE: Deafness and autism: can children benefit from hearing technology?
March 23, 2018
|Time||10.00 to 16.00|
|Venue||Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA|
|Tickets||Standard Professional : £120.00|
Parent : £15.00
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Focusing on the use of hearing technology and listening, this new one day international conference brings together leaders in the field with expertise in deafness and autism.
Learn from Christine Yoshinago-Itano as she describes red flags in child development that support early identification of autism in children with hearing loss.
Develop practical strategies for testing, fitting and wearing of hearing technology.
Reflect on how listening and music can support interaction and communication
Impact your practice, leave confident in the knowledge children with autism can benefit from hearing technology and ways to achieve it.
For audiologists, educators, speech and language therapists and other professionals interested in the use of hearing technology for children with autism. We have 20 reduced price tickets for parents and carers of children with hearing loss.
Confirmed speakers include:
Early identification in autism AND deafness: red flags from birth to 3
Hearing technology on and working: how sensory integration strategies can help
CI’s for children with autism: objective measures and programming
A musical approach to communication
Programme available to download here (subject to change): programme.pdf