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Unformatted text preview: 3-28-07Aural RehabFinal projectModel-Care/Core modelBook pg 19-make up scores for children for lang & readingAural Rehabilitative Service in School SettingsChildren that are in self-contained classroom are the ones who have the server or profound hearing loss. They cant succeed in the general ed classrooms. They probably are delayed in speech by a few years. They need more attention-might be mainstreamed out for part of the day. Or after a few years (once caught up)The child with a H.I. will get screened yearly by the audiologistSome other services that might be needed for kids with H.ISpeechAssistive listening devicesSocial workerKids with HI have educational performance impacts because they cant hear what the teacher is saying. Mandated by Law-individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)-FAPE(free and appropriate public education)-LRE(least restrictive environment)-they have try there best to put the child in a general classroom, unless it is otherwise necessary. Sometimes the general ed classrooms are the most restrictive. -IEP (Individual education plan)1990-disability rather than handicap34 CFR 300.303- “Each public agency shall insure that the hearing aids worn in schools by children with hearing impairments, including deafness, are functioning properly”-This does not mean schools have to buy the hearing aidsSchools providedo not pay for assessments-they do screenings in the younger years. -management of application-direct instruction (help the child directly) and indirect consultation (to help the teachers understand what they might need to do, to help the child out in the classroom)-Hearing conservation (protecting the Childs hearings and how to keep it)-Evaluation and modification of classroom acoustics-Transition planning (this is usually started to be talked about in the IEP about age 13. Not mandatory till age 16. Transition into another program, adult life, college, vocational)-Screening and AssessmentAll school age childrenChildren with know hearing loss (annually-must be done by parents and a audiologist)-Management of amplification504 is something that is like a IEP, but its not an legalized document. Its for the child that needs a plan, but it doesn’t need any help in school. Has a HI but is child that needs a plan, but it doesn’t need any help in school....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course SPHI 394 taught by Professor Doster during the Winter '06 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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