A pediatric aural habilitation specialist is a speech pathologist or audiologist who is competent in training children with hearing loss and their families to maximize their auditory communication.
The objectives of the training are to increase students' knowledge of:
Graduate Students in Speech Pathology and Audiology who have an interest in gaining expertise with children who are hearing impaired. Those who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply for funding:
Admitted to the Graduate Program
Enrolled for 12 or more academic credit hours
GPA of 3.0 or higher
Satisfactory Clinical Performance
Completed a minimum of 9 undergraduate hours of courses in communication disorders
Students who meet the eligibility criteria and are selected will be considered for funding opportunities as they arise. These may range from research experiences to assistants in the school settings.
For More Information Contact:
Dr. Linda Thibodeau
University of Texas at Dallas
Callier Center for Communication Disorders
1966 Inwood Rd.
Dallas, TX 75035
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