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All About My Ears: Classroom Information Sheet

July 11th, 2012 by | Tags: , , , | 1 Comment »

Looking for a quick way to introduce your child’s equipment to his mainstream teachers, explain how to check its function, and give information on who to contact for troubleshooting?  Here’s our newest resource for you: “All About My Ears.”  This sheet provides one-glance information for mainstream teachers, daycare providers, after school activity leaders, camp counselors, or anyone else unfamiliar with hearing equipment.  It is brief — really brief — and meant to be kept in eyesight of the adult.  It by no means explains all of the things we want mainstream professionals to know, and should be part of a larger packet of information.  This is just the basics — the grab-and-go sheet to make sure our kids are “on the air!”

A portion of the “All About My Ears” classroom sheet

Click here to download the All About My Ears classroom sheet.  This document may be reproduced, but must be reproduced without alteration and with the original copyright in place.

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Elizabeth Rosenzweig MS CCC-SLP LSLS Cert. AVT is a Listening and Spoken Language Specialist Certified Auditory Verbal Therapist. She provides auditory verbal therapy, aural rehabilitation, IEP advocacy, consultation, and LSLS mentoring for clients around the world via teletherapy. You can learn more about Elizabeth's services on her Website or Facebook.

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August 24, 2012 at 1:03 pm

[...] Make contact with your child’s teacher. This is especially important if your child is new to the school or district. Schedule a meeting with the main classroom teacher and discuss any concerns, demonstrate how equipment works, drop off batteries, etc. For a straightforward and simple way to explain your child’s hearing needs try the All About My Ears: Classroom Info sheet. [...]