Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services - Keystone Area Education Agency
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services - Keystone Area Education Agency

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services

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Services include:
  • screening
  • assessment
  • coordination of efforts for the provision of assistive technology (personal FM systems and classroom amplification systems
  • specially designed instruction
  • on-going consultation with students, teachers, parents, community members, outside agencies, and other team members.  Consultation may also include materials and/or curricula adaptations, assistive technology use, adaptive equipment and environmental accommodations.

 

Colleen Moore, Itinerant Teacher for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Lee Pool, Itinerant Teacher for Deaf & Hard of Hearing April Wade, Itinerant Teacher for Deaf & Hard of Hearing  
Colleen Moore
Elkader
Itinerant Teacher for
Deaf & Hard of Hearing
800-632-5918
Lee Pool
New Hampton
Itinerant Teacher for
Deaf & Hard of Hearing
641-394-2162
 
April Wade
Dubuque
Itinerant Teacher for
Deaf & Hard of Hearing
800-942-4668
 
 
Brandi Neuzil, Audiologist Karen Stewart, Audiologist Martha Tabor, Audiologist  

Brandi Neuzil
Decorah
Audiologist
563-382-2870

Karen Stewart
Oelwein
Audiologist
563-283-2043

Martha Tabor
Dubuque
Audiologist
800-942-4668
 
Debra Crane, Audiometrist Lisa English, Audiometrist Karen Lienau, Audiometrist Rachel Bishop, Audiometrist
Debra Crane
Waukon
Audiometrist
563-568-4818
Lisa English
Dubuque
Audiometrist
800-942-4668
Karen Lienau
New Hampton
Audiometrist
641-394-2162

Rachel Bishop
Delhi
Audiometrist
563-922-2299

 

Hearing services from the Educational Audiologist and the Itinerant Teacher for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing are provided to all individuals between the ages of birth and 21 years in compliance with both the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2007 and the Iowa Administrative Rules of Special Education 2010.

These services include:
  • screening
  • assessment
  • coordination of efforts for the provision of assistive technology (personal FM systems and classroom amplification systems
  • specially designed instruction
  • on-going consultation with students, teachers, parents, community members, outside agencies, and other team members.  Consultation may also include materials and/or curricula adaptations, assistive technology use, adaptive equipment and environmental accommodations.

The diverse learning needs of students identified with disabilities are addressed by the Hearing Services Discipline as prescribed in the students’ Individualized Education Programs (IEP) and Individual Family Services Plan (IFSP).

 

Hearing Test Request Form (MS Word)

 

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