Early Hearing Detection and Intervention
- Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Program Early Intervention Goal: All infants identified with hearing loss will receive early intervention services no later than 6 months of age
- The Birth Hospital's Role in Newborn Hearing Screening The role and responsibilities of birth hospital staff to ensure newborn hearing screening 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 Newborn Hearing Screening and Follow-Up The Medical Home plays an important role in the follow up for newborn hearing screening and in monitoring young children for progressive or late onset hearing loss.
- The Role of the Midwife's and/or Out of Hospital Births The roles and responsibilities of midwives or professional responsible for out of hospital births.
- The Role of an Audiologist in Hearing Screening and Diagnostic Evaluations The audiologist's role in hearing rescreens and diagnostic testing to ensure that all infants who do not pass the rescreen will have a diagnostic hearing evaluation no later than 3 months of age.
- Early Intervention The roles and responsibilities of Early interventionists to ensure that all infants identified with hearing loss receive early intervention services no later than 6 month of age.
- Parent Information Parent Information: information for parents on hearing screening and next steps if your baby did not pass the initial screen.
- Guide By Your Side Program Guide By Your Side Program: For parents of children with hearing loss, the GBYS program offers parents support and is free for all Michigan families.