In this session, we will review recent literature and experiments that describe the changing features of oscillatory brain activity during development and in different listening environments. We will discuss how these findings may guide the identification and remediation of children with language-learning difficulties, including children with hearing loss, and the importance of robust environments for fostering language development.
This listing will contain RIDBC Staff’s reflection and review of the recent National Conference 2019 Speech Pathology Australia.
This listing will contain RIDBC Staff’s reflection and review of the recent International Society on Early Intervention Conference 2019.
Accessibility is the key to successfully including students who are blind or vision impaired at school and we are here to help!
This listing contains staff testimonials from the recent CI2019: 16th Symposium on Cochlear Implants in Children.
This one day conference provides an opportunity for teachers and related professionals to learn more about the current research and practices related to the education of students with hearing loss. Presentations will focus on current research and best practice, and trade displays will bring you up to date with current resources!
Many people assume that good telepractice depends entirely on obtaining the necessary technical set up, in the mistaken belief that once the technology is in place it is easy to turn on a camera and get started.
This listing contains staff testimonials from the recent International Society on Early Intervention Conference 2019
This listing contains staff testimonials from the recent Why Maths? AAMT 2019
Mainstream teachers will benefit from this one-day workshop by gaining a deeper understanding of the characteristics and learning needs of students with vision loss.