Tami Bradham talks about how she uses ASHA's Special Interest Group 9 (SIG 9), Hearing and Hearing Disorders in Childhood, to collaborate with other professionals—sharing their time and experiences. When fitting children with new technology—whether through a hearing aid or cochlear implant—Tami admits she plays just one role in getting that child access to sound. Her speech-language pathologist colleagues help them make meaning to the sounds they are now hearing.

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SIG 9: Hearing and Hearing Disorders in Childhood The mission of SIG 9 is to facilitate research and education on issues surrounding hearing and hearing disorders in children and their families.
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