Early Hearing Detection and Intervention 
Resources and Links

Nebraska Resources

There are many resources in Nebraska that can be helpful for you and your baby.


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A Parent's Guide to Hearing Loss (CDC)
AAP Hearing Assessment in Infants and Children: Recommendations Beyond Neonatal Screening
Amplify Lincoln
Center for Childhood Deafness (Boys Town National Research Hospital)
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) - A Parent's Guide to Hearing Loss
ChildFind Nebraska
Children with Disabilities
College Accessibility for Students with Disabilities
Decision Guide to Communication Choices (CDC)
EDN Release Form
Funding Toolkit
Handicapped Children's Program
Hear to Learn
Hearing Loss Fact Sheet (CDC)
HearU Nebraska
Interactive Web Based Newborn Hearing Screening Training Curriculum (NCHAM)
JCIH 2007 - Selected Hospital Sections
JCIH 2007-Risk Factors
JCIH Position Statement
Just In Time for PCP
Making a Plan for Your Child
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) Utah State
NCHAM The Impact of Privacy Regulations-How EDHI, Part C & Health Providers can ensure that children & families get needed services
Nebraska Assistive Technology Partnership
Nebraska Chapter of Hands & Voices
Nebraska Deaf-Blind Project
Nebraska Early Development Network
Nebraska Regional Programs for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Nebraska Registry Of Interpreters For The Deaf
Nebraska Vocational Rehabilitation
Principles and Guidelines for Early Detection adn Intervention Programs
Questions You May Want to Ask Your Child's Audiologist (CDC)
Questions You May Want to Ask Your Child's Early Interventionists (CDC)
Questions You May Want to Ask Your Child's Genetics Team (CDC)
Questions You May Want to Ask Your Child's Medical Professional (CDC)
Questions You May Want to Ask Your Child's Speech Language Pathologist (CDC)
The "What Else" Checklist for Audiologists (CDC)
Training Videos
UNL Special Education & Communication Disorders
US Preventative Task Force

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