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Humor is considered a core
component of resilience, well-being, and social competence. But research shows
delays in verbal humor development in children with hearing loss. Join us for a
practical workshop, exploring the latest research and effective strategies for
enabling humor appreciation and creation that support children’s social and
During this session participants will:
- Explain the stages of verbal humor development from infancy to school age, and the building blocks required for mastery of each stage.
- Discuss research relating to the impact of hearing loss on the development of verbal humor.
- Apply strategies to support parents in nurturing their child’s verbal humor skills through everyday conversations and playful interaction.