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Addressing the Needs of Pediatric Patients and Their Parents: An Interview with Jane Madell, PhD

Jane Madell, PhD, has been a leading figure in pediatric audiology for the past 45 years. She is an audiologist, speech-language pathologist, and LSLS auditory-verbal therapist, with degrees from Emerson College (BA) and University of Wisconsin (MA, PhD). Her experience ranges from Deaf Nursery programs to leadership positions at the League for the Hard of Hearing, Long Island College Hospital, as well as Beth Israel Medical Center/New York Eye and Ear Infirmary as director of the Hearing and Learning Center and Cochlear Implant Center.

ACI Alliance to Host Premiere of ‘The Listening Project’

The American Cochlear Implant Alliance will host the premiere of ‘The Listening Project’, a documentary co-created by audiologist and frequent ‘Hearing Review’ contributor Jane Madell, and Emmy Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky. The film profiles 15 young adults who were born deaf but can now hear, thanks to cutting-edge technologies, including cochlear implants.

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ACI Alliance to Host Premiere of 'The Listening Project'

The American Cochlear Implant Alliance will host the premiere of ‘The Listening Project’, a documentary co-created by audiologist and frequent ‘Hearing Review’ contributor Jane Madell, and Emmy Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky. The film profiles 15 young adults who were born deaf but can now hear, thanks to cutting-edge technologies, including cochlear implants.

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Implementing Family-Centered Care in Early Intervention for Children with Hearing Loss: Engaging Parents with a Question Prompt List (QPL)

The authors have developed a Question Prompt List (QPL) that can be used by audiologists to encourage families to engage in both fact-based and adjustment-based questions during audiology appointments. The impetus for developing this QPL was to facilitate more family-centered practices in early intervention.

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