Our Role in Early IdentificationCommunication difficulties are among the most widely reported developmental delays in young children. Here’s how we can get more involved in early identification. | ASHA News Leader | ASHA Publications
Embryologic Origins of Hearing Loss: What’s the relationship between prenatal development and congenital and progressive hearing impairment? Otolaryngologist Kelley M. Dodson led an online chat exploring this question. The Leader listened in.
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Hi! I'm Pam. I am a curriculum designer at Mrs. P's Specialties. On my blog, I share strategies for meeting the needs of students with disabilities, resources for teachers, ideas for teaching and generalizing life skills & tips for teaching to the different functioning levels that make up your classroom. I am passionate about incorporating sensory and motor activities, so I share a lot of tips on how to get students up and learning.