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Individual objectives may include understanding how the ears work and his/her hearing loss, compensating strategies such as speechreading, maintaining hearing aids and FM equipment, strengthening auditory memory, following auditory directions, improving letter to sound correlation, self-advocacy, and more! Academically, the hearing support teacher can support academic areas by pre-teaching or re-teaching vocabulary and concepts and work in the classroom (“push-in”) or individually with the student (“pull out”).
Accommodations may include: preferential seating, flexibility to move seats, extended time on tests and assignments, directions read or repeated, reduction of background noise, notetakers, etc.
Parent or teacher requests help through our referral form which is authorized through LE/SS.
Hearing support teacher observes student in the classroom and collects data, including medical information, from teachers and parents.
If more testing is deemed necessary, hearing support teacher will get Permission to Evaluate signed by parents.
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