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Hearing screening test for all babies no later than 1 month of age

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Diagnostic evaluation by an audiologist no later than 3 months of age if baby did not pass hearing screening test

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Early intervention no later than 6 months of age if baby is diagnosed with a hearing loss
Family

Families

Information for families on newborn hearing screening and caring for babies and young children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Information for families

Physicians

Physicians

Information on newborn hearing screening and follow-up of patients with potential or diagnosed hearing loss.

Information for physicians

Audiologists

Audiologists

Information on caring for patients with potential or diagnosed hearing loss, parent support, and reporting to the PA Dept. of Health.

Information for audiologists

Baby

Birth Facilities

Information on newborn hearing screening, parent education, and reporting to the PA Dept. of Health.

Information for birth facilities​

News

New Release: Baby Stuff

Have a baby on the way in your family? Have a newborn baby in your community? Are you seeing or using stuff for babies and

EHDI Annual Meeting

Save the Date:  March 8-10, 2020 EHDI Annual Meeting in Kansas City Abstract Submissions Open:  July 19th

Upcoming Webinars

NCHAM will be hosting two webinars during July with the same topic but focused on different audiences. The webinar titles are as follows, “Building a Foundation for

News

Is it difficult for your family to enjoy a meal in a loud restaurant with your child with a hearing difference?  Seeking a quiet meal

Practice Tools

Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Guidelines for Pediatric Medical Home Providers Great chart summarizing the responsibilities of the pediatric medical home provider caring for

Parent Support

Guide By Your Side of Pennsylvania Hands and Voices Guide By Your Side of Pennsylvania (GBYS) is dedicated to supporting families and their infants and