Perspectives on language in children with hearing loss
How do children with hearing loss develop spoken language? As advancements in early identification, devices, fitting and intervention progress, children with hearing loss have better possibilities for functional language use than ever before. Yet challenges remain. This workshop brings together researchers, clinicians, health practitioners and industry representatives from diverse fields to discuss the many perspectives on how children with hearing loss come to be able to acquire and process spoken language.
For more information including the full program and to register: https://goto.mq/cllworkshop202008
- Mary-Beth Brinson (Cochlear Ltd)
- Teresa Ching (National Acoustic Laboratories)
- Aleisha Davis (The Shepherd Centre)
- Samantha Harkus (Hearing Australia)
- Derek Houston (Ohio State University)
- Greg Leigh (Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children)
- Christian Lorenzi (Ecole Normale Supérieure)
ARC Laureate Fellowship FL13010014 (Demuth)
Macquarie University Child Language Lab
Macquarie University Centre for Language Sciences (CLaS)
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