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The Roadmap to Success


Kentucky's EHDI team was well represented at the National EHDI meeting held in February 2017 in Atlanta, GA.  From left to right, front row: Sarah Roof, Dr. Liza Creel, Amy Livingston, Dr. Judy Theriot, Dr. Julia Richerson.  From left to right, back row: Cathy Lester, Kelly Daniel, Dr. Matt Bush, Julie Jacobs, Amy Hatzel and Anita Dowd (KY Hands & Voices and KY Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing).

Kentucky's EHDI Program

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Hear It Here! 2017

An annual conference hosted by

WHEN: Friday July 21st, 2017, 7:30 am – 4:30 pm

WHERE: University of Louisville Shelby Campus

312 N. Whittington Parkway

Louisville, KY 40243

For Google Map directions:

WHO: Families and caregivers of children with hearing loss; audiologists and speech-language pathologists; education professionals; early intervention professionals; graduate students in communication disorders and education

Please join us for an opportunity to learn more about childhood hearing loss, to network with other families and professionals that serve kids with hearing loss, and to visit our Resource Fair. Family members and caregivers of children with hearing loss may attend at no charge thanks to the generosity of our corporate sponsors! Please visit our website at, or call 502-409-4327 to register. Lunch is provided!

AM Sessions:

Toetta Taul, EdD, MaED, MAT

Council on Developmental Disabilities

“The Special Education Process and the Importance of Parent Advocacy and Involvement”

John H. Greinwald, MD, FAAP

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

“Update in Pediatric Otology”

PM Sessions:

Micheal Castiglione, AuD and Gretchen Mueller, PT, DPT

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

“Assessment and Treatment for Children with Vestibular Dysfunction for Children with Hearing Loss”

Parent Panel (moderated by Shelley Moats, AuD, PASC)

Little Ears Hearing Center

“The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: What Parents of Kids with Hearing Loss Want You to Know”