INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTING INFANT HEARING PROGRAMS
31. Dezember 2000 (online)
This article outlines the underlying principles and evidence-base that allows us to define the characteristics of good quality infant hearing programs. The key features of high-quality programs are identified, and applied to the nine aspects of infant hearing programs: screening and surveillance, audiologic follow-up and assessment, other assessments, disclosure, home-based support, hearing aids, early support, training, and quality assurance.
Service structure - infant hearing programs - quality assurance
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