View the photo gallery from the EAA/ASHA Networking Event held during the 2015 ASHA Convention, in Denver, Colorado. Thanks to ASHA photographer Ben Sledge for sharing this album with EAA. [View Photo Gallery]
“The first step for a teacher is to recognize the societal stigma against hearing loss, a stigma seemingly invisible yet powerful. Assure your student that her hearing loss does not define her.” Read “Teaching Music to Students with Hearing Loss” by NAfME Member Nancy M. Williams.
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Congrats to Jonathan Hutcherson, singer, songwriter and Oticon Opn™ wearer, who competed on the 10th season of The Voice, for receiving the Project CARE Resilience Award from The CARE Project. This award goes to someone who is an outstanding role model for young people with hearing loss, and no one deserves it more than Jonathan! Learn more about The CARE Project: otic.one/3l #TheVoice
The Educational Audiology Association is an international organization of audiologists and related professionals who deliver a full spectrum of hearing services to all children, particularly those in educational settings.
The mission of the Educational Audiology Association is to act as the primary resource and as an active advocate for its members through its publications and products, continuing educational activities, networking opportunities and other professional endeavors.