Hearing Screening Online Training Program
1. The screener should perform an audiometric screening test on a child even if there is foul drainage or pain present in the child’s ear(s).
2. As it is important that the child feels successful while performing the audiometric test, the screener should provide visual cues to encourage the child to respond correctly when tones are presented.
3. During a hearing screening, a child raised his hand after only some of the tones were presented; when other tones were presented he just looked at the screener and smiled. The screener can assume that the smiles meant the child heard the tones and therefore the screener can pass the child on the hearing screening.
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