SAVE THE DATE – 1st Rehabilitation conference for hearing impairment – neurological implications across the life span

Cloth Hall Court, Leeds
Yorkshire Auditory Implant Servicre
19th June 2020
All day
Rehabilitation for children and adults with hearing loss is often overlooked. This conference is open to Teachers of the Deaf, Speech and Language Therapists and Hearing Therapists working in the community with children and adults using hearing aids or cochlear implants, together with rehabilitation professionals who work within cochlear implant teams. The aim of the conference is to share information via oral presentations, posters, and workshops as well as to network and develop working relationships.

The conference is designed to meet the needs of professionals working with children or adults. To this aim there will be designated paediatric and adult sessions as well as presentations relevant to all delegates.

Dr Paul Johns – The neurology of the brain and its
development for learning language
Consultant Neuropathologist and Senior Lecturer in Neuroanatomy
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Helen Cullington – Remote Care
Associate Professor/Clinical Scientist (Audiology)
University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service
Dr Carol Flexer – The importance of engaging families and
feeding the brain for language
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Audiology
The University of Akron and Northeast Ohio AuD Consortium (NOAC)
Miss Angela Fell – Parental and Patient Engagement
Managing Director
Ripen Ltd
EARLY BIRD FEE – £95.00* REGULAR FEE – £130.00
Registration fee includes lunch, refreshments and a certificate of attendance.
*Early bird valid until Friday 10th April 2020.
Tel: +44 (0) 114 225 9143/9135