This supplement to JCIH focuses on the practices of EI providers outside of the primary medical care and specialty medical care realms, rather than. JCIH Position. Statement Updates. The following are highlights of updates made since the JCIH statement: 1. Definition of Targeted Hearing Loss. The JCIH recommendation is to identify infants with congenital permanent sensory, conductive and neural (auditory neuropathy/auditory.
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A PARENT’S GUIDE TO DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING EARLY INTERVENTION RECOMMENDATIONS
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