Newborn Screening Materials
As a new parent, you may have lots of questions because you want to do everything you can to keep your baby safe and healthy. An important first step is to make sure your baby has all parts of the newborn screening testing completed. Early detection and treatment of health issues can help your baby grow up healthier.
Helping families learn how to communicate with hearing loss.
These resource guides are made available to parents of children with a confirmed hearing difference. A link to the guide is sent to most parents by email, but paper guides are also available by request.
This roadmap helps parents learn about the hearing screen process from birth through six months of age.
If your child did not pass the final newborn hearing screening at birth, this brochure gives good information on next steps and what to expect.
Some children with passing hearing results may still need extra monitoring or testing. This brochure provides information on what parents of a child with risk factors for hearing loss might expect.
Use this brochure to learn about hearing loss in children, what causes it, and how it might be prevented.