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Next Webinar: April 11th 2017

"The Significant Impacts of a "Tiny" Hearing Loss."

During this webinar, Katherine Duncan and Donna Casavant will give an overview of minimal and mild hearing loss.  They will define these common hearing situations and describe the educational, communication, and social impacts on children in school.

Participants will be able to:

  • Define a minimal/mild hearing loss and identify potential causes.
  • Describe some educational, communication, and social impacts of minimal/mild hearing loss on children in school.

About the Presenters:

Katherine Duncan received her Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.) from the Ohio State University. She has worked as a private audiologist in Maine for five years.  This is her fourth year as an educational audiologist with MECDHH.

Donna Casavant received her Master's degree in Deaf Education from Smith College and a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Special Education from the University of Maine.  She has worked with students who are deaf/hard of hearing from birth to high school.  This is her fourth year in Public School Outreach with MECDHH.

Who should attend:
This webinar is designed for all family and school staff members who work with students with a diagnosed or suspected hearing loss including parents, administrators, teachers, educational technicians, and occupational/physical/speech therapists.

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