Auditory Function – Listening for Yourself
The first and last steps in developing auditory skills are integrating listening into thinking and managing interaction with the world. While we start with therapy to discriminate and identify sounds, we want to end with an auditory concept of the world that goes beyond using words to communicate. It can be an “auditory function” that finds in sound not only communication, but information, excitement, comfort, and fun.
Teri Ouellette, M.S. Ed., LSLS Cert AvEd
Teri Ouellette has a diverse background in Deaf and Early Childhood Education including experience in public and private schools. She held positions in classroom teaching and early intervention, school consulting, and administration. Teri holds degrees in Deaf Education and Early Childhood Special Education from Eastern Michigan University and the University of Kentucky and is certified as a Listening and Spoken Language Specialist Certified Auditory Verbal Educator. Teri served St. Joseph Institute as president from2104-2020. She is a former president of the AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language and has been an adjunct professor as well as a contributing author for college texts.
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