DescriptionWhen we consider the whole population of children who have hearing loss, most have residual hearing and will eventually function as hard of hearing, and not deaf/Deaf. Unlike students with typical hearing, the hierarchy of auditory skills is not learned effortlessly with early experience. Most typically hearing children have great expertise in listening by the age of 48 months whereas most students with hearing loss require direct teaching and continuous, planful exposure to develop specific listening abilities. There just is no peer for the CID SPICE Kit! I was thrilled to be able to collaborate with the professionals at the Central Institute for the Deaf to make this much-needed and irreplaceable assessment and curriculum available through Supporting Success! EVERY DHH program needs the SPICE and SPICE for Life! Karen Anderson, Director SPICE 2nd Edition
SPICE 2nd Edition consists of the detailed manual, package of updated rating forms, 18 toys for listening activities with a bag for storing, more than 730 full-color illustrated word and sentence cards and an auditory training screen in a sturdy plastic carrier.SPICE is perfect for teachers of the deaf and SLPs looking for a curriculum for auditory skill development. It is designed to help you:
- evaluate a student’s speech perception abilities
- plan auditory skills instruction
- measure and record student progress and
- report to parents and other professionals.