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Clearinghouse for EHDI Educational Materials by State

DISCLAIMER: Information included in brochures, books, videos, and any other material outside of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is included for information purposes only. CDC has no control over the information in these materials. Information, views and opinions of these organizations are not necessarily those of CDC, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), or the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS). Also, please note that this list may not be complete. There could be other organizations, agencies, and materials not listed here that can also provide helpful information.

For more information, or to add new or updated materials to the CDC EHDI clearinghouse, please contact us by email at ehdi@cdc.gov.

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Maine

Maine Newborn Hearing Program: When your Newborn has a “Refer Result” from a Newborn Hearing Screening…What Should You do Now? A Parent’s Guide

Maine Newborn Hearing Program: When your Newborn has a “Refer Result” from a Newborn Hearing Screening…What Should You do Now? A Parent’s Guide

This guide for the general public includes information about why it is important to screen hearing early, what happens after a “refer” result, and answers other questions about the “refer” process.

English

Program Website

Maine

Hearing in Infants and Young Children: A Guide For Parents

Hearing in Infants and Young Children: A Guide For Parents

This booklet for the general public includes information about why it is important to screen a baby’s hearing and signs of hearing loss. It also provides developmental milestones and contact information for resources in Maine.

English

Program Website

Maine

Family Resource Guide For Parents of Children with Hearing Loss

Family Resource Guide For Parents of Children with Hearing Loss

This resource guide for the general public includes information about hearing loss, language development and what an audiogram means. It also provides information about communicating with your baby and intervention support for Maine families.

English

Program Website

Maine

Resources: a Guide to Services For People Who Are Deaf Or Hard-Of-Hearing

Resources: a Guide to Services For People Who Are Deaf Or Hard-Of-Hearing

This resource guide for the general public includes information about hearing aids, children’s camps specializing in Deaf culture, hotlines, state offices, and legal services.

English

Program Website

Maine

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A Parent’s Guide for Infants & Children with Hearing Loss

This guide for the general public includes information about family support and communication and language from birth to five years of age. It also includes a list of resources in Maine, a glossary of terms, and tools to help track a child’s development

English

Program Website

 

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