An educational audiologist works with the service providers and families to support students with hearing difficulties by evaluating the student’s hearing, listening, and auditory processing deficits that can affect academic success, communication abilities and psychosocial well-being. An educational audiologist will have special understanding of the needs of students in the educational setting, including technology, accommodations, and the IEP.
- 18 Reasons Why A School Needs and Educational Audiologist
- IDEA 2004 FINAL Regulations Pertaining to Deaf Education and Audiology
- Recommended Roles of Educational Audiologists and Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing