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Idaho

When a Newborn Does Not Pass the Hearing Screening…What Do I Do Now? A Parent’s Guide

When a Newborn Does Not Pass the Hearing Screening…What Do I Do Now? A Parent’s Guide

This brochure for the general public includes information about the causes of hearing loss, how hearing tests are performed, and where to get follow-up care if a baby does not pass a hearing screening. It also provides EHDI program contact information for Idaho.

English, Spanish

Program Website

Idaho

Can Your Baby Hear You?

Can Your Baby Hear You?

This fact sheet for the general public describes developmental milestones for speech, language and hearing and provides EHDI program contact information for Idaho.

English, Spanish

Program Website

Idaho

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Idaho Sound Beginnings Guideline for Primary Care Physicians

These guidelines for physicians describe what should be done to properly care for a baby for a wide range of different hearing screening results.

English

Program Website

Idaho

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Help and Hope Family Resource Guide

This resource guide for the general public can be used to connect individuals to resources for infants and young children who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.

English

Program Website

Idaho

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Newborn Hearing Screening in Idaho

This fact sheet for the general public includes hearing statistics and EHDI program contact information for Idaho.

English

Program Website

Idaho

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Guide to Pediatric Audiological Services

This listing for the general public includes available pediatric audiology services in the state of Idaho and their contact information.

English

Program Website

Idaho

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Diagnostic Hearing Loss in Children

This fact sheet for the general public describes the different types of screening tests used to identify hearing loss and when they can be used.

English

Program Website

 

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