The Center for Childhood Communication offers the following resources to healthcare professionals:
This is a six-week intensive, graduate-level training program that prepares teachers of the deaf and hard-of-hearing to meet the special needs of children with cochlear implants. It is offered twice a year.
We offer annual conferences on topics of interest to healthcare professionals. You can obtain more information about scheduled conferences and register online at our CME website.
The CHOPPER Fluency Meter is a tool for licensed speech language pathologists who work with people who stutter. Using the meter, you can quickly and accurately calculate speech fluency skills including frequency, duration, behavior type and rate of speech.