Using hearing assistive technology for students

Research shows hearing assistive technology is vital for maximizing a child’s listening and language potential.  It is usually an accommodation for students with hearing loss to access instruction during school.  However, general and special education teachers may be unfamiliar with common hearing assistive technology such as personal FM systems.  We invite you to share this CID Quick Tip video to answer teachers’ general questions about personal FM systems. They’ll be sure to thank you!

Jennifer Manley served as a classroom teacher for students ages 3 to 12 at CID – Central Institute for the Deaf. She currently works in professional development giving presentations on auditory development and is co-author of CID SPICE for Life, an auditory learning curriculum and author of the 2nd edition of CID SPICE.

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