Daniel Ling developed the Ling 6 sound test in the 1970s to assist clinicians and parents in monitoring performance with their children's hearing aids. As technology has changed, and as we learn more about speech science and auditory access, it became clear that the Ling test did not provide all the information needed. Jane Madell and Joan Hewit developed the LMH (Ling-Madell-Hewitt or Low-Mid-High) to provide us with additional tools to monitor children and students’ performance with the technology choices of today.
This workshop will discuss:
Wednesday 16th March 2022
(Term 1, Week 7)
LMH test PD 5 –6pm
AATD AGM 6–7pm
Social dinner 7pm onwards @ Melt, Henley Beach
SERU, 72A Marlborough St, Henley Beach SA 5022
Last day to register: Wednesday 9th March 2022 (Term 1, week 6)
On Wednesday, 16 March, AATD(SA) presented a Professional Learning opportunity for TODs about the development of the Ling-Madell-Hewitt or Low-Mid-High test. Additional tools to monitor students’ performance with today's technology choices were discussed: why and how to use this test.
We had 20 attendees who accessed this PD via a remote platform or face-to-face. This time enabled professional discussion around using this test in an Australian context.
Please forward any questions you have about this PD to email@example.com so we can deliver it to Jane herself.
We would like to thank Jasmine Darrie and the other AATD(SA) Professional Development Team members for putting this wonderful learning opportunity together and, in particular, for Danielle Hobbs’ efforts in enabling AATD(SA) to improve remote access to PD events.
Also, a big thank you to Next Sense for reducing the PD cost and AATD for covering the cost of this professional development opportunity.