Below is a list of some of my activities for the last several years, and a list of upcoming programs in which I am participating.
Maximizing Auditory Performance for School Children With Hearing Loss,
Medical Center, Washington DC
4/5/17: Managing Outcomes for Children in Schools with Carol Flexer, American Academy of Audiology, Indianapolis
4/6/17: Honors Learning Module, Recepient of Marion Downs Award for Excellence in Pediatric Audiology, AAA, Indianapolis
4/27-28/17: Instituto Oral Modelo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
5/8-11/17: Phonak Conference, Norway: Bergen, Stavanger, Trondheim, Oslo
6/29-7/1/17: AGBell Conference, Washington DC
January 13: Supporting Families Illinois Academy of Audiology, Palmer House Chicago
February 5: Managing Hearing Loss in Children Wisconsin Speech and Hearing Association, Wisconsin Dells
March 21-April 1: Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss, Hanoi, Vietnam
May 5: Iowa Audiology Regional Symposium, Des Moines
June 30-July 1: AGBell Association for the Deaf, Denver
Auditory Processing Disorders, Cook Children’s Hospital, Ft Worth, TX
August 6: Charlotte ENT, Charlotte,
September 23: Evaluating and
Managing Children with Auditory Processing Disorders, Cook Children’s
Hospital, Ft. Worth, TX
October 14: Managing Hearing in
Children, Pediatric Audiology Project, Jackson Hole, WY
October 20: Louisiana School
Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists, Baton Rouge
January 6-25: Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss , Vietnam Training of Audiology Technicians and Auditory Therapists in Evaluation and Management of Children with Hearing Loss
February 25: Royal Institute for Deaf/Blind, Australia on line course: Evaluation of Speech Perception: Using Speech Perception Test Results to Determine Management
March 10: North Carolina Educational Audiology Association
April 15: EDHI Annual Conference, Orlando www.edhimeeting.org Helping Families Accept Technology Keeping Hearing Aids on Young Children: Effective Strategies to Share With Families With Karen Anderson
April 26: Managing Children with Hearing Loss With Carol Flexer, Chicago
May 12: Pediatric Audiology Conference, Jackson Wyoming
May 27: Royal Institute for Deaf/Blind Australia on line course - Selecting Appropriate Technology: When are hearing aids appropriate and when is it time to move to a CI
July 21: Royal Institute for Deaf/Blind Australia on line course: Supporting Families Using Technology
August 14: Royal Institute for Deaf/Blind Australia on line course: Maximizing Auditory Performance for Children With Hearing Loss
October 7: Royal Institute for Deaf/Blind Australia on line course: Red Flags: Identifying Barriers to Optimal Auditory Development
December 3: Royal Institute for Deaf/Blind Australia on line course: Auditory Processing Disorders: Diagnosis and Management
Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss
- January 3-4: Hanoi Hanoi University of Education
- January 7-11: Ho Chi Minh City Children's Hospital #1
- January 14-18 Thuan An Center in Thuan An Town, Binh Duong Province
We taught teachers, audiometric testers, physicians, and speech-language pathologists and tested children and fit them with donated hearing aids.
January 31 - February 1: Miami, FL University of Miami
- January 31 – Grand rounds and Cochlear Implant Team meeting.
- February 1 – All day workshop - Managing Hearing Loss.
The transcript and slides from the online course (Educational Audiology: From Observation to Recommendation) that I taught are available here (courtesy of Audiology Online).
March 14-15: New York, NY Pediatric Audiology Conference
April 3-5: Anaheim, CA American Academy of Audiology
5: Toronto, Canada
Starkey Conference - Working with Families: Providing Support and Helping them Accept Technology
May 16-17: Sheffield, England British Academy of Audiology
John's Hospital, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Managing Hearing Loss
and Auditory Processing Disorders with Kathryn Wilson.
Click here to download the conference brochure.
Little Rock, AK Arkansas Speech and
What Does it Take to
Succeed with a Hearing Loss?
Evaluation and Management of Children with Hearing Loss with Typical and Special Needs
Audiologist as Magician: Evaluation and Management of Infants and Young Children
Hearing Education And Resource Technologies (HEART) Conference,
Lake Oswego, OR (Phone: 971-645-2173)
Maximizing Auditory Learning through auditory access, technology, and auditory brain development
Portland, OR Conference
Maximizing Technology Performance