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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.

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Missouri

Audiological Services for Missouri Newborns

Audiological Services for Missouri Newborns

This listing for the general public provides information about audiological professionals in Missouri as of July 2003 and their contact information.

English

Website

Missouri

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Parents Information

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Parents Information

This tri-fold brochure for the general public answers questions about hearing screening, lists developmental milestones for hearing, and provides state EHDI program contact information.

Bosnian, English, Spanish, Vietnamese

Website

Missouri

Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children

Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It explains the details of early intervention for hearing loss.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

National Resources for Children with Hearing Loss

This resource guide is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It lists national organizations and associations involved with issues related to hearing loss.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Your Child’s Hearing

This educational fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after hearing screening has occurred. It includes diagrams of hearing levels and an audiologic frequency graph.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Understanding the Audiogram

This fact sheet is handed out by physicians to families after hearing screening has occurred. It explains audiograms and provides information about frequency levels.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Type of Hearing Loss: Conductive Hearing Loss

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It includes diagrams of different parts of the ear, lists terminology, and explains conductive hearing loss.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Type of Hearing Loss: Sensorineural Hearing Loss

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It includes diagrams of different parts of the ear, lists terminology, and explains sensorineural hearing loss.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Type of Hearing Loss: Mixed Type Hearing Loss

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It includes diagrams of different parts of the ear, lists terminology, and explains mixed hearing loss.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Mild Hearing Loss

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It explains the potential effects of mild hearing loss on speech and language understanding and speaking ability. It also includes information about hearing aids, and professionals (i.e. audiologists and speech language pathologists).

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Mild to Severe Hearing Loss

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It explains potential effects on communication skills, how hearing aids may help, and available early intervention services.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Severe Hearing Loss

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It explains the potential effects of severe hearing loss on communication skills and how hearing aids may help.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Moderate Hearing Loss

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It explains effects on speech and language, how hearing aids may help, therapies and communication options.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Moderate to Profound Hearing Loss

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It explains effects on communication skills, how hearing aids may help, and early intervention services.

English

Website

Missouri

Similar fact sheet format as "Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in Children"

Profound Hearing Loss

This fact sheet is provided by physicians to families after a hearing loss is detected. It explains effects on communication skills, how hearing aids may help, and available early intervention services

English

Website

 

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