What works for your child is what makes the choice right


Videos developed by the University of Connecticut Health Center:

A Parent’s Guide: Newborn Hearing Screening
Ideal for families to view prior to the birth of their babies. It discusses the importance of early identification and screening, and empowers parents with practical information about early communication development and the hearing screening and follow-up process.
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Language(s): English 
Time: 18 minutes

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening: A Caregiver's Practical Guide
Educational resource for healthcare providers involved in childbirth classes, hospital hearing screening programs, and follow-up clinics. It is designed to empower caregivers with practical information pertinent to promoting a healthy bond between parent and infant, keeping referrals for diagnostic evaluation to a minimum, and connecting families with follow-up services so that hearing loss in infants can be successfully identified, tracked, and managed.
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Language(s): English 
Time: 16 minutes

A Parent's Guide: Early Intervention for Infants and Young Children with Hearing Loss

Designed for families whose infants or young children have been diagnosed with a hearing loss. It promotes a better understanding of the early intervention process and introduces families to amplification, parent-to-parent support, and various communication options. 
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Language(s): English 
Time: 16 minutes 


Fire Safety Video for Individuals with Hearing Loss

This video outlines some basic fire safety information for students that are deaf or hard of hearing. More information is available from the Michael H. Minger Foundation at www.mingerfoundation.org.

(also available in Spanish, Cantonese & Vietnamese)

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