Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Auditory Verbal Resource Websites and Links

Where to Begin:

1. TED Talks video, Establishing a Sound Foundation for Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Dr. Karl R. White explains the differences in raising children with hearing loss today versus 35 years ago and the key factors for successful language development.

2. Series of short videos of my friend and mentor, Carol Flexer, PhD, CCC-A, LSLS Cert. AVT, as she teaches on auditory brain development, acoustic accessibility, the listening environment, signal to noise ratio and more in her engaging videos. Be sure to scroll down to see Carol!

4. Investigate the Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center a vast site for children and adults with hearing loss, their families and the professionals who support them.

5.  Success For Kids With Hearing Loss where Karen L. Anderson PhD, an audiologist has a wealth of resources
6. 101 FAQs about Auditory-Verbal Practice. It is an excellent resource edited by Warren Estabrooks, the President and CEO of WE Listen International. The book takes the reader on a journey through current theory, practice, and evidence-based outcomes. It offers knowledge, guidance, encouragement and hope for future generations of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, their families and professionals. 
I want to learn more:  

Audiology and Auditory-Verbal Websites:
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Websites:

Therapy Product Websites:
 Special Education Blogs/Websites:

Auditory-Verbal Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology 
Information and Materials Websites:
  • Speaking of Speech
  • Boardmaker Share
  • Super Duper Handy Handouts
  • SLPath
  • Free Technology for Teachers
  • Speech Page
  • Therasimplicity
  • Perkilou Products
  • Sparklebox
  • Classroom Freebies
  • Classroom Freebies Too!
  • Fun Fonix
  • MES English
  • Free Language Stuff
  • Speech-Language Resources
  • Tools For Educators
  • Making Learning Fun
  • Worksheet Works
  • Judith Maginnis Kuster's list of materials that can be adapted for therapy
  • RHL School
  • SEN Teacher
  • School Express
  • Mrs. Pancake
  • Twinkl
  • DLTK
  • Enchanted Learning
  • Kids Pages
  • Super Teacher Worksheets

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