Clearinghouse for EHDI Educational Materials by State
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Medical Home Strategies for Universal Newborn Hearing Screening
This accordion style brochure for the general public features the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recommended 1-3-6 hearing screening, evaluation, and intervention process. It also provides a list of risk factors for hearing loss in infants.
The Sounds of Life
This video for the general public on Universal Newborn Hearing Screening in Ohio includes information on developmental milestones, the importance of hearing screening, and screening methods. It is approximately 12 minutes long.
Parent Information About Universal Newborn Hearing Screening (UNHS)
This tri-fold brochure for the general public includes information about the importance of hearing screening, when and how it is done and what the results mean. It emphasizes the importance of early identification, provides developmental milestones for speech and language, and state EHDI program contact information.
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