Carol Flexer, Ph.D., Audiologist 
Presents: 
Executive Function and Theory of Mind Development in Children with Hearing Loss: An Auditory Perspective

Wednesday October 29, 2014 8am - 4pm

    $150 Professionals
                                            $75 College Students/Parents
                                    
                                                  Cleary School for the Deaf 
                                               301 Smithtown Blvd.
                                                 Nesconset, NY 11767  
                                                            Registration: 8am * Light refreshments will be served 
                                              Register here
                                                              CEUs - LSLS and ASHA CEUs will be offered

The program has been approved by AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language to offer LSLS™ CEUs.
 LSLS CEU Hours Awarded: 5.5  

Learner outcomes

As a result of this full day presentation, participants will be able to:
  1. Describe auditory brain development as the foundation for listening, language, social cognitive skills, and literacy;
  2. Discuss the principles of developmental synchrony and cumulative practice as they apply to listening, spoken language, and cognitive development;
  3. Illustrate the impact of social exposure on the development of Executive Functions;
  4. Define Theory of Mind (ToM) development in children with hearing loss;
  5. Discuss the relationship of distance hearing and incidental learning to the advancement of Executive Functions and ToM;
  6. Detail  informal instructional strategies for facilitating listening, literacy and social-emotional development in infants and children. 

301 Smithtown Blvd

                                         
Questions? Call 631-588-0530 / email Carolyn Maretsky carolynm@clearyschool.org 

Carol Flexer, Ph.D., Audiologist 

Carol Flexer received her doctorate in audiology from Kent State University in 1982. She was at The University of Akron for 25 years as a Distinguished Professor of Audiology in the School of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.  Special areas of expertise include pediatric and educational audiology. She continues to lecture extensively nationally and internationally and has authored more than 150 publications. Dr. Flexer's talks, seminars, workshops, and program consultations focus on the development and expansion of listening, speaking, and literacy skills in infants and children, especially those with all degrees of hearing loss. 

Visit Dr. Flexer's website here : www.carolflexer.com