Clearinghouse for EHDI Educational Materials by State
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities
Hearing Loss Team
1600 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30333
TTY: (888) 232-6348
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