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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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Tennessee

No Child is too Young to Test.

No Child is too Young to Test.

This poster for the general public and health care professionals emphasizes that babies should get a hearing screening at birth.

English

Website

Tennessee

No Child Should Miss Out on Life Because of Hearing Loss.

No Child Should Miss Out on Life Because of Hearing Loss.

This poster for the general public and health care professionals highlights that no child is too young to have their hearing tested and describes the importance of hearing screening.

English

Website

Tennessee

Why Bother with Newborn Hearing Screens and Hearing Tests?

Why Bother with Newborn Hearing Screens and Hearing Tests?

This tri-fold brochure for pediatricians, family practitioners, and nursing teams explains the differences between hearing screening and hearing tests, what parents can do, and provides a timeline for hearing screenings.

English

Website

Tennessee

Talking With Parents About Hearing Loss…

Talking With Parents About Hearing Loss…

This tri-fold brochure for physicians, nurses, audiologists, and other health care professionals provides information on the importance of discussing hearing loss issues with families. It suggests documents to give to families and the general public and provides a list of relevant websites.

English

Website

Tennessee

Your Baby Has Been Referred for More Hearing Testing…What Do You Do Next?

Your Baby Has Been Referred for More Hearing Testing…What Do You Do Next?

This tri-fold brochure for the general public describes important steps to take to properly care for a baby’s hearing and provides state EHDI program contact information for Tennessee.

English, Spanish

Website

Tennessee

Your New Baby’s Hearing

Your New Baby’s Hearing

This tri-fold brochure for the general public provides information about the importance of hearing screening and the different types of screening tests. It also provides a list of developmental milestones up to 15 months of age.

English, Spanish

Website

 

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