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100

IDEA

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

primary federal program that requires state and local aid to address requirements of children with disabilities in educational setting

100

part C services are provided through what

IFSP - individualized family service plan 

addresses the needs of child AND family

100

case history

current hearing loss

medical history

birth history

education history

family history

developmental history

specialists, surgeries, tubes, etc. 

why they came in 

did they pass their NHBS 

ear infections

pain/drainage

tinnitus

dizziness

100

OK NBHS guideline

1-3-6 weeks

100

microtia

malformed or abnormally small ear
200

IEP

Individualized Education Plan

written legal document that provides details on special education and related services that a child needs to receive an education

collaboration of school and family 

200

part B of IDEA

school based services 

ages 3-21

FAPE (free appropriate public education)

200

ME effusion on physical otologic exam

false positives 

vermix (birth goo) also causes false positives

200

risk factors for not passing NBHS

NICU stay longer than 24 hours

intrauterine infection (CMV, rubella)

jaundice IF paired with exchange

cleft palate 

200

ossicular dysplasia

fixation

deformity

disarticulation of bones

300

IEP includes

child's current educational performance

goal for school year

how goals will be met with specific educational/related services 

whether and how the child will participate in regular education programs

criteria for evaluating progress against goals

300

section 504 of Rehabilitation Act and ADA mandates

no discrimination

intermediary law for children not eligible for IEP

services such as FM systems

interpreters 

captioning

300
weber tuning fork test

top of head or forehead

both ears equally = normal

one ear louder = conductive ipsi, SNHL contra

300

red flags

anoxia/ashyxia

bacterial meningitis

congenital prenatal factors

deformed head/neck

elevated bilirubin

family history of hearing loss

low birth weight (less than 3 lbs)

blood transfusion

pain/drainage

CHL or MHL

ear pits/tags

sudden change in hearing

asymmetric/unilateral hearing

craniofacial 

microtia/anotia/atresia/aplasia

foreign body

poor responses to auditory stimulation

speech delays 

developmental delays

tinnitus

dizziness 

cerumen occlusion 

300

fenestra malformation

lack of oval window development

400

LRE

Least Restrictive Environment

child will be educated with children who do not have disabilities except when needed to provide special services 

mainstreaming

400

5 stages of grief 

denial

anger

bargaining

depression

acceptance

400

rinne

mastoid bone and front of ear

air louder than bone = normal

bone louder than air = conductive

400

follow up questions

why are you in today

any concerns

had a hearing test before

any ear surgery

family history of HL

mode of communication

receive any services

speech eval

babbling

expressive or receptive language

ear pain/tug on ears

drainage

ENT/audiologist

any syndromes/disorders

look at written history 

observe family 

specialists

balance problems 

400

OME

inflammation of ME mucous or tympanic membrane

fluid in ME space

500

part C of IDEA

Addresses early intervention services up to 3 years old 

grants to state to develop early intervention programs for infants and toddlers if they have developmental delays or a diagnosed condition that could impact development

500
JCIH

Joint Committee of Infant Hearing

infants be fit with amplification 1 month after diagnosis of HL

500

CDC NBHS guidelines

1-3-6 months 

500

atresia

absence of opening of ear canal

500

otitis externa

inflammation/infection of external ear canal

can cause hearing loss when combined with stenosis

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