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Using Books in a Virtual World

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Many parents of children with hearing loss find sharing books challenging. Join us for an interactive workshop covering the latest research on the benefits of book sharing and how we can support families accessing teletherapy. Explore strategies and resources for increasing parental confidence in sharing traditional books, e-books, and audiobooks.

During this session participants will:

  • Draw on the current research on Shared Book Reading, e-Books, audiobooks, and listening and language outcomes for children with a hearing loss.
  • Identify low level and higher level facilitative techniques in shared book reading and they will be able to generate ideas on how to use these techniques practically.
  • Utilize strategies and techniques for using books when therapy is delivered via telepractice.


  • Frances Clark, LSLS Cert. AVT

    Frances Clark, LSLS Cert AVT. Frances is a senior Auditory Verbal therapist and Clinical Lead for Auditory Verbal UK. She delivers therapy, mentors and trains therapists internationally and is an AGBell Global Matters Committee member.

  • Louise Ashton, LSLS Cert AVT

    Louise Ashton is a Senior AVT and Training Lead at Auditory Verbal UK. She mentors practitioners to LSLS certification, has contributed to international publications and works with families in the UK and South Africa.

June 25, 2021
Fri 3:45 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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