Research-Based Vocabulary Intervention for Children Using Hearing Technology

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  • Author
    Stacy Crouse
  • Level
  • CEU
    1 hour
  • Video time
    1:07 hour
  • Exams
    4 Questions
  • Language
  • Audience
    Speech-Language Pathologists, Teachers

Help Children Wearing Hearing Technology Learn Vocabulary

Get the latest research on vocabulary intervention for children using hearing technology with Stacy Crouse's newest webinar. Obtain new ideas and strategies to help children capture the meaning of words, a building block for learning to read.

What are YOU going to learn today?

Viewers will be able to:
  • Explain how vocabulary develops in children with normal hearing.
  • Describe how hearing loss impacts the development of vocabulary.
  • List 5 or more current research findings as they relate to vocabulary intervention of children with hearing loss.
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Stacy Crouse, MA, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT

Speech-Language Pathologist and Listening and Spoken Language Specialist

Stacy Crouse is a speech-language pathologist in Des Moines, Iowa. 
She completed her master's in speech-language pathology with an emphasis on children with hearing loss from Fontbonne University (St. Louis, MO) in 2008. 
In 2017, she became a certified Listening and Spoken Language Specialist. 
In addition to a passion for Auditory Verbal Therapy, Stacy enjoys working with students through telepractice, which she has been doing since 2014. 
She also creates resources for both teletherapy and AVT.