Clark, PhD

The University of Texas at Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders

Course Objectives: Audiological management of exceptional populations including: infants, toddlers, children, deaf-blind, and mentally retarded children; understanding the relevant etiological, medical, and genetic considerations of this.

Pediatric Audiology AuD 6318

Instructor: J.L. Clark, PhD Contact email: jclark@utdallas.edu

Teaching Assistant: Rachel Wood Course Requirements: 1. Choose 2 syndromes and create a powerpoint copy to share with class (15%) 2. Long term Project with presentation as described (30%): 4. One comprehensive final (55% of grade) Contact email: rachel.wood@student.utdallas.edu Phone: 214.905.3031 (Callier) or scheduled office hours

Text: Infants and Hearing. (1996). Deborah Hayes and Jerry L. Northern. Singular Publishing Group; San Diego. Hearing in Children, Fifth Edition. (2002) Jerry L. Northern and Marion P. Downs. Williams & Wilkins; Baltimore. Behavioral Evaluation of Hearing in Infants and Young Children (1998). Jane R. Madell. Thieme: New York. Diagnositic Audiology. (2000). Ross Roeser, Michael Valente, and Holly Hosford-Dunn. Thieme: New York Auditory Disorders in School Children. (2003). Ross Roeser and Marion Downs. Thieme: New York. Foundations of Pediatric Audiology (2006). Bess & Gravel (Eds): Plural: New York. Resource: Syndrome Identification for Audiology, (2001). Robert Shprintzen. Singular: New York. Congenital Anomalies of the Ear, Nose, and Throat, (1997). Ted Tewfik & Vazken der Kaloustian. Oxford: London. ———————————————————————— Course Calendar: 14 May (Monday) Introduction - Outcomes of Hearing Loss Issues in Screenings - The Quest for Early Identification; Genetics 15 May (Tuesday) Genetics

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21 May (Monday) Genetics & Embryology, Central Nervous System Development (p. 1-18;28-31, Chapter 3 & 4 Hayes; Chapter 1, pp. 33 - 44, Chapter 5 Northern; Chapter 2 Roeser & Downs) 22 May (Tuesday) Pediatric Speech Assessment – Dr. Whalen 28 May (Monday) Syndromes and etiology resulting in Hearing Loss; 29 May (Tuesday) Otitis Media; Auditory Deprivation; Factors affecting Neonatapel Viability; High Risk Register; Developmental milestones; Tetrachoric Table (Chapter 3 through p 83 Northern; Chapter 25 Roeser; pp 224 - 227 Hayes) 4 June (Monday) ECI; Child Find; Infant Hearing Screening Programs and Screening for Hearing Disorders

Pending ASHA Standards

In terms of pending ASHA (Chapter 5 Roeser & Downs; Chapter 2 Hayes) standards for the Certification of Clinical Competence in Audiology, this course provides 5 June (Tuesday) St. Paul Tour (Chapter 5 Hayes) information relevant to all or 11 June (Monday) Patient history; Audiological Assessments: equipment (Chapter 8 through p.242: Hayes Chapter part of the following:
7; Chapter 1, 2 & 7 Maddell)

Standard IV-A1: Standard IV-B: B2, B3. B4, B5, B7, B8, B10, B12, B14, B16 Standard IV-C: Prevention and Identification C1, C2, C3, C4, Standard IV-D: Evaluation D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7, D8, D12, D13, D14, D16 Standard IV-E: Treatment E1, E2, E3, E4, E5, E6, E14, E16, E17

13 June (Tuesday) Behavioral Measures: Auditory Behaviors; Behavioral Observation Audiometry (Chapter 4 & 8: Madell) Visual and Tangible Reinforcement; Play Audiometry (Chapter 5: Madell; pp. 145 - 170 Northern - optional) Speech Audiometry (pp 187 - 200; Northern) 20 June (Monday) Measures of PhysiologyAuditory Brainstem Responses ; Otoacoustic Emissions and Immittance Measures (pp. 251 - 264 Hayes; Chapter 19, 20 & 21 Roeser et al; Chapter 7: Northern) 21 June (Tuesday) Counseling parents of the pediatric patient; Reporting Child abuse. (Chapter 9 Martin Reserve; pg 183-187 Northern; Chapter 10 & 20 Roeser & Downs) 27 June (Monday) Long term project presentation 28 June (Tuesday) FINAL ———————————————————————————————————————————————— Syndrome Presentations: Each student will choose 2 syndromes to create a 5 minute power point hand out with references to share with class (due May 29): Waardenburgs Golden Haar Hunters CHARGE Osteogenesis Imperfecta Usher Treacher Collins Stickler Pendred Mohr Syndrome Charcot-Marie-Tooth

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Fetal Alcohol Fabry Cornelia de Lange Crouzon Branchial-oto-renal (BOR) Beckwith-Wiedemann Apert Semester Project: Due 28 June - NO EXCEPTIONS! !#!#! POOF!#!#! You are the Director of Audiology in one specific setting listed below (you choose). Decide and describe which pediatric audiology protocols you will initialize to assure quality patient/client/student care. Justify the motivation of your chosen protocols by interweaving literature citations. Within your bank of cited literature, at least 5 CURRENT (from the last 8 years) must be used. Dont forget to be comprehensive: getting/giving referrals, testing protocol, follow-up, etc. Program in Independent School System (special education division: hearing impaired K – 12 grades) • • • • • • • • Program in Public School System “Q” (general school population K – 12 grades) Head Start Program in South Dallas (2 – 5 year old population educationally at risk) State-wide Public/parent education program for awareness of childhood hearing loss Private hearing,vision,and speech screening practice in a Metropolitan area (serving 4 – 18 year olds) St. Paul Hospital Audiological Services (birthing hospital + general pediatric hospital population) University Based Speech & Hearing Clinic (serving birth to grave: your focus will be pediatric Testing for Central Auditory Processing in a Private Practice serving Learning Disabled Children

Mobile Van in Cooperation with the Early Childhood Intervention Program • ———————————————————————— FACTS & MECHANICS OF WRITING: a) APA style must be strictly adhered to b) please dont mistake quantity for quality - be concise (this reader always appreciates it!!) c) after 15 to 20 pages you will have lost my interest and patience ————————————————————————— Grade Criteria: a) Oral Presentation b) Written Current Citation Breadth of Literature Search

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APA Style followed Clearly stated background of the problem Clearly stated rationale for procedures chosen Organization and overall clarity Comprehensive protocol c) Overall Project Creativity WOW!! Factor B. For Class Presentation: Provide for Ms. Roux. and your fellow audiologists (classmates) an outlined summary (global overview) of your program. You'll need to bring 1 copy for each individual in class. Remember your presentation will be in Power Point for

Other Resources: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (December 1988). Guidelines for the identification of hearing impairment in at-risk infants age birth to 6 months. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 30: 61 - 64. Audiology Today. (December 1998). Special Edition Issue: Universal Infant Hearing Testing. Beck, B.R. (2000). CAPD intervention: Strategies that work! A review of CAPD diagnosis & intervention methods. The Hearing Review, August: 30 - 34. Berlin, C., Hood, L., Rose, K. (2001). On renaming auditory neuropathy as auditory dys-synchrony. Audiology Today, 13 (6): 15 - 18. Clark, J.G. and Martin, F.N. (1994). Effective Counseling in Audiology. Prentice-Hall, Inc.; New Jersey. Emanuel, D.C. The auditory processing battery: Survey of common practices. J. Am Acad Audiol, 13: 93 - 117. Ferraro, J.A. (1997). Laboratory Excercises in Auditory Evoked Potentials. Singular Publishing Group, Inc.: San Diego. Gerber, S. (1996). The Handbook of Pediatric Audiology. Gallaudet University Press; Washington, D.C. Gerber, S. and Mencher (1983). The Development of Auditory Behavior. Grune & Stratton; New York. Harris, F.P. and Dean, J (2003). Assessment of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities. Seminars in Hearing (24) 3: 169 - 258. Hood, L. and Berlin, C.I. (1986). Auditory Evoked Potentials. The Pro-Ed Studies in Communicative Disorders. Pro-Ed.; Austin. Joint Committee on Infant Hearing (2000). Year 2000 Position Statement Principles and Guidelines for Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Programs. American Academy of Audiology, 9: 9 - 29. Gorga, M., Preissler, K., Simmons, J, Walker, L., & Hoover, B. (2001). Some issues relevant to establishing a universal newborn hearing screening program. J. Am. Acad. Audiol., 12: 101 - 112. Kavanaugh, J.F. (1986). Otitis Media and Childhood Development. York Press: Parkton, Md. Kileny, P.R., Lesperance, M.M. (2001). Evidence in support of a different model of universal newborn hearing loss identification. Am. J. Audiol., 10 : 65 - 67. Konigsmark, B.W. and Gorlin, R.J. (1976), Genetic and Metabolic Deafness. W.B. Saunders Company; Philadelphia. Kraus, N, Koch, D., McGee, T.G., Cunningham, J. (1999). Speech-sound discrimination in school-age children: Psychological and neurophysiologic measures. J. S. H. R., 42: 1042 - 1060. Levin, L. and Knight, C. (1980). Genetic and environmental Hearing Loss: Syndromic and Nonsyndromic. Alan R. Liss, Inc.; New York for March of Dimes (16): 7. Myklebust, H. (1954). Auditory Disorders in Children. NIH Consensus Statement. (1993). Early identification of hearing impairment in infants and young children. Volume 11
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(1). Oyler, R.F., Oyler. A.L., Matkin, N.D. (1988). Unilateral hearing loss: Demographics and educational impact. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 10: 201 - 209. Rance, G., Beer, D.E., Cone-Wesson, B., Shepherd, R.K., Dowell, R.C., King, A.M., Rickards, F.W., & Clark, G.M. (1999). Clinical findings for a group of infants and young children with auditory neuropathy. Ear and Hearing, 20 (3): 238 - 252. Roeser, R.J. and Downs, M.P. (1995). Auditory Disorders in School Children. Thieme Medical Publishers; New York. Rossetti, L. (1986). High-Risk Infants: Identification, assessment, and intervention. College-Hill Publication; Boston. Scott, D.M. (1998). Multicultural aspects of hearing disorders and audiology. In D.E. Battle (Ed.) Communication Disorders in multicultural populations (2nd ed., pp. 335 - 354). Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann. Special Issue: Maturation of the Auditory System (1996). Ear and Hearing (17): 5. Spivak, L. (1998). Universal Newborn Hearing Screening. New York:Thieme. Tharpe, A.M., Clayton, E.W. (1997). Newborn hearing screening: Issues in legal liability and quality assurance. American Journal of Audiology, 6 (2): 5 - 12. Tharp, A.M., Bess, F.H. (1999). Minimal, progressive, and fluctuating hearing losses in children: Characteristics, identification, and management. In N.J. Roizen and A.O. Diefendorf (Eds), Pediatric Clinics of North America, 46 (1): 65 - 78. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2000). Healhy People 2010 (Conference ed., in Two Volumes). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Vohr, B.R., Carty, L., Moore, P., Letourneau, K. (1998). The Rhode Island Hearing Assessment Program: Experience with statewide hearing screening (1993 - 1996). Journal of Pediatrics, 133: 353 - 357. Yoshinago-Itano, C. (1995). Efficacy of early identification. Seminars in Hearing, 16: 115 - 120. Yoshinago-Itano, C., Sedey, A., Coulter, D.K., Mehl, A.L. (1998). Language of early and later identified children with hearing loss. Pediatrics, 102: 1161 - 1171.

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