Related Links for Professionals About Pediatric Audiology: Early Identification and Intervention
Practice Management | Professional Development | Special Interest Groups | Other Web Resources
- Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics sets forth the fundamental principles and rules considered essential to the practice of audiology and for preserving the integrity of the profession.
- Issues in Ethics Statements
Issues in Ethics Statements provide analysis and guidance on a variety of ethical issues that may be relevant to curriculum planning on this topic.
- Ethics Index Page
Quality Improvement for Audiologists
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Review live and self-study programs offered by ASHA Professional Development for ASHA CEUs. For information about group discounts, call ASHA Product Sales at 888-498-6699.
Maintenance of Certification
See how to meet the continuing education requirements for maintaining the Certificates of Clinical Competence (CCC-A and CCC-SLP).
Special Interest Groups
Connect with your professional community! Special Interest Groups give audiologists the opportunity to explore similar interests and share expertise in focused areas of practice and/or research.
Special Interest Groups related to Pediatric Audiology: Early Identification & Intervention:
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Other Web Resources
- National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) at Utah State University
Information and data related to hearing loss and early identification.
- Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Fact Sheet [PDF] from the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) at Utah State University.
- UNHS resources for establishing and operating a UNHS Program including implementation guide and status of UNHS in the United States from the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) at Utah State University.
- Minnesota Newborn Hearing Screening Program: Sample UNHS program and recommended protocol [PDF] for pediatric amplification.
- BEGINNINGS for Parents of Children Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Provides access to information as a central resource for families with deaf or hard of hearing children, age birth through 21. Features information about all communication options (text and chart), early intervention, audiology, hearing assistive technology, school issues and legislation.
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