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    • Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Program The EHDI Program is a process of identification and intervention for newborns with congenital hearing loss.

    • Newborn Hearing Screening Goal: All newborns will be screened for hearing loss no later than 1 month of age,

    • Michigan Hands and Voices Michigan Hands and Voices is an unbiased support group for parents of deaf and or hard of hearing children.

    • The Physician's Role in Follow-Up to Newborn Screening The Medical Home plays an important role in the follow up to newborn screening and also in monitoring infants for progressive or late onset hearing loss.

    • EHDI News/Events Current news and events.

    • Diagnostic Audiologic Evaluation Goal: All infants who screen positive will have a diagnostic audiologic evaluation no later than 3 months of age.

    • Early Intervention Goal: All infants identified with hearing loss will receive early intervention services no later than 6 months of age.

    • Parent Information Dear Parents, Every expectant parent plans on a healthy, typically developing child and begins building hopes, expectations and dreams for their new baby.

    • Guide By Your Side Program Infant or children with hearing loss





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