Clearinghouse for EHDI Educational Materials by State
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A Sound Beginning for Your Baby: Newborn Hearing Screening
This booklet for the general public explains the importance of hearing screening and provides developmental milestones for hearing for up to 36 months of age. It also includes a list of ways to help babies develop communication abilities.
Babies & Hearing Loss: A Guide for Families about Follow-up Medical Care
This tri-fold brochure for the general public provides information about why a baby may have a hearing loss, what can be learned from the medical evaluation, and information about professionals that specialize in hearing issues. It also contains a list of places where people can find more information.
Babies & Hearing Loss: A Guide for Providers about Follow-up Medical Care
This flip chart for health care professionals contains information about audiologic evaluation and treatment, medical, genetic and otolaryngological evaluation. It also provides information about Wisconsin’s birth to three program, references, and a list of resources.
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Babies & Hearing Loss: An Interactive Notebook for Families With A Young Child Who is Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing
This binder for the general public contains information about a Parent’s Bill of Rights, resources, programs to support families, and facts about hearing loss. It also contains ways to track a child’s care and a glossary of terms.
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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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