The Department of Communication Disorders is happy to present the following tutorial information prepared by Mrs. Jane H. LeBlanc, 2009 recipient of the ArkSHA Lifetime Achievement Award. This tutorial should be considered as a resource for basic information to be used by parents, teachers, speech-language pathologists, and other service providers in making clinical decisions about the impact of hearing loss on speech and language development in young children. This is a public service for anyone who has interest in this topic, but it is not offered for continuing education credit. Please use the link below the photograph to access the full text of the tutorial.
HEARING LOSS AND LANGUAGE DELAY IN LITTLE CHILDREN
Jane H. LeBlanc, M.S., M.S.P., CCC-SLP/A
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