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September 14, 2010 Design by Ron Jaxon Impact on Access: Individuals with COCHLEAR IMPLANTS In Educational and Employment Settings

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Providing specialized help & proceeding with instruction administrations to state professional recovery offices and their accomplices. http://www.tacene.org/

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www.pepnet.org

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Program Moderator Terrell Clark, PhD Director Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program Department of Otolaryngology & Communication Enhancement Children\'s Hospital Boston Pediatric Psychologist Senior Associate - Department of Psychiatry Instructor - Harvard Medical School

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Objectives Participants will pick up data on CI: Usage Statistics Benefits Variables Fiscal/Legal Responsibilities, and Accommodations gave at the optional/postsecondary level and in the realm of work.

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Impact on Access Design by Ron Jaxon

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Questions can be messaged to pepnetnortheast@pepnet.org

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What is a Cochlear Implant?

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Professional Panelist Catherine Clark, AuD Cochlear Implant Coordinator Audiologist Rochester Institute of Technology National Technical Institute for the Deaf

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CI Demographics - United States * Approximately, 41,500 grown-ups have cochlear inserts At minimum 25,500 kids have gotten them Implant merchants: Cochlear Americas Australia Advanced Bionics California Med-El Corporation Austria *National Institute of Deafness and Communication Disorders 2009

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NTID/RIT - CI Statistics * Prepared by Dr. Catherine Clark, NTID *Prepared by Catherine Clark, NTID

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Reported Benefits Improved perceptibility for delicate/moderate sounds Improved separation listening to Enhanced speechreading Improved discourse understanding without visual signals Improved voice checking Enjoyment of music Reduction of tinnitus

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Professional Panelist Eileen Peterson, MS, FAAA Educational Audiologist Maine Educational Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

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Accommodations Options Auditory & Visual Remote Microphone Hearing Assistance Technologies (ex. Individual FM System) Good speaker correspondence methods Preferential seating Modification of room set up

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Accommodations Options Visual & Academic Notetaking Peer bolsters Copy of instructor\'s notes (printed materials) Tutoring Interpreters (Sign, Oral, Cued Speech)

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Accommodations Options Visual & Academic Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) C-Print Captioning for video presentations Testing lodging Visual cautioning frameworks

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Professional Panelist John R. Macko, MS Director Center on Employment Rochester Institute of Technology National Technical Institute for the Deaf

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Workplace Accommodations

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NTID Services for Employers Consultation in regards to facilities Orientation and preparing On-grounds enlisting interviews Job postings

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NTID Services for Employers Resume bundles Annual Job Fair Site visits to chose community understudies

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Federal Laws and Regulations ADA Americans with Disabilities Act FAPE Free Appropriate Public Education for Individuals with Disabilities 504 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 IDEA Individuals with Disabilities Act

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Legal "Letter set Soup" ADA IDEA FAPE 504

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CI Consumer Panelist Erica Israel Student – Senior Psychology Major Rochester Institute of Technology

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CI Consumer Panelist Mark Campbell, AuD , CCC-A Clinical Audiologist Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary

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CI Consumer Panelist Heidi Forest, MSW State Coordinator for the Deaf Connecticut Bureau of Rehabilitation Services

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- Summary - Increasing quantities of people with cochlear inserts are entering auxiliary, postsecondary instructive and work settings.

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- Summary - Accommodating correspondence get to requirements of people with cochlear inserts is the same than obliging the correspondence get to necessities of people who are hard of hearing or nearly deaf who use portable amplifiers, assistive listening gadgets and/or marking.

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- Summary - Many people with cochlear inserts do use FM frameworks, gesture based communication mediators, content backing, and notetakers to suit access to guideline, dialog, and discussion.

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Archived Webcast This webcast will be documented on www.pepnet.org Go to the "Assets" tab Select "Preparing MATERIALS" Then "Effect ON ACCESS"

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Questions can be messaged to pepnetnortheast@pepnet.org

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Thank You Production colleagues of Rochester Institute of Technology National Technical Institute for the Deaf Interpreting and CART Providers

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