For example, we administer written tests both before the start and at the end of each summer’s training program. Meanwhile, our audiology program has been training educational audiologists and local audio-techs so they are prepared to provide support to these children ongoing. Our audiology team coaches the Vietnamese on audiology best practices, how to use the equipment, conduct pediatric hearing tests, and guide them through the hearing aid fitting process. We are collaborating with the Vietnamese to empower their families, teachers, medical teams, and other professionals with the expertise to help young children with hearing loss make use of hearing technology to develop listening and spoken language. There are too few early intervention programs and trained professionals. Our volunteer team of 18 speech and hearing and deaf education professionals have brought such creativity, commitment, and synergy to the process over past year to design what will be another stellar program.
Our team is really an amazing, cohesive group of individuals. As another example of fostering the perpetuation of knowledge sharing, the Audiology Program will also feature two afternoons of interactive, group discussion between all levels of participants as well as some invited officials. Benjamin Zander said it well — in the measurement world, you set a goal and strive for it. In the universe of possibility, set the context and let life unfold. We do provide hearing aids, but do so in the context of our training efforts. Lack of resources and equipment leave hospital staff no choice but to focus hearing screening efforts on “high risk” children, leaving hundreds more babies and young children with unidentified hearing loss that likely will lead to developmental delays. Focusing on the longer view is not as instantly gratifying as distributing and fitting hundreds of hearing aids but we believe the returns are much greater and more sustainable. Once the convention got under way, though, there were several, more readily accessible educational sessions devoted to privacy and one general session address.
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I’m pretty sure that the kind of people who make unreasonable amounts of noise either know they’re doing it and upsetting people and they’re doing it on purpose or they couldn’t care less about how you feel about it. The purpose of this forum is to identify opportunity areas to better serve the needs of children with hearing loss and identify ways to encourage collaboration across the health and education sectors in Vietnam. Though the program has expanded, our purpose remains the same. We have been working with the same teachers of the deaf over the past few years now. Small teams, working in a limited role on a much larger project, with limited connection to the needs, goals, objectives or activities of other teams. While the Global Foundation has lent counsel, this is wholly a Vietnamese operation derived from seeing a need and working together to fill it. It is an example of how increased awareness and training can lay the foundation for change without forcing that change. I was recently pleased to see another example of the integrated nature of our summer program across audiology, teacher training, and parent education at work.