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Programs that provide a variety of nonmedical evaluations to determine the range, nature and extent of hearing loss and rehabilitation services for people whose hearing impairments cannot be improved by medical or surgical means. Audiologists evaluate hearing, identify hearing disorders, assess hearing aids and teach clients to conserve hearing and use residual hearing. (AIRS LR-8000.0500)

4811 Hardware Dr NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Phone: 505-268-5933
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4811 Hardware Dr NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Phone: 505-268-5933
Fax: 505-268-0184
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Laurie Ross-Brennan and Associates provide speech-language therapy services including assessment/evaluation, treatment, auditory integration therapy, and feeding and swallowing.

Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 8/13/2021
801 Stephen Moody SE
Albuquerque, NM 87123
Phone: 505-271-3060
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801 Stephen Moody SE
Albuquerque, NM 87123
Phone: 505-271-3060
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NMSBVI Albuquerque offers statewide outreach and preschool/kindergarten education services.

Preschool/kindergarten is part of NMSBVI’s continuum of services offered to children throughout each stage of growth and development. The Preschool and Kindergarten Program serves children who are blind or visually impaired between the ages of 3 and 6 from Albuquerque and the surrounding areas. Students are required to have a diagnosed vision impairment that adversely impacts their capacity to learn in a more traditional classroom. All students are placed in the program by IEP committee decision held by the student’s resident public school system.

The academic program for Preschool and Kindergarten consists of literacy (print and Braille), math, concept development, socialization and all aspects of the expanded core curriculum for blindness. Students are encouraged to explore and to become familiar with their immediate environment; then expand outward to travel successfully into new and unfamiliar areas. Guided exploration and self-discovery are used to support learning at every level. All children are placed in the preschool programs by IEP team decision because they require daily support from a teacher of the visually impaired

The Preschool and Kindergarten Program offers additional services to students who qualify. These services include:
Classroom instruction from Teachers of the Visually Impaired
Orientation and Mobility instruction
Speech-Language Therapy
Physical Therapy
Occupation Therapy
Nursing
Social Work
Audiology
Transportation

Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 8/13/2021
1900 N. White Sands Boulevard
Alamogordo, NM 88310
Phone: 575-437-3505
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1900 N. White Sands Boulevard
Alamogordo, NM 88310
Phone: 575-437-3505
Fax: 575-439-4411
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NMSBVI’s residential services are available to New Mexico students who have an identified visual impairment that has been determined, through assessment, to impact their learning. Families and school districts should consider a placement when the student needs intensive instruction in skills related to visual impairment (ex: Braille, life skills, technology). In addition, a placement on the campus may be appropriate when a school district has been unsuccessful in hiring or replacing its teacher of the visually impaired; when a student is nearing the completion of their high school years and is not ready for their next life step; when a student is ready to move to their district’s middle or high school but the student’s team thinks the student could benefit from an ‘extra’ year to prepare for middle/high school. Often, districts contact NMSBVI when a high school student needs credit recovery.

(*Note: For more information about the residential campus, contact Julie Johnson at 575-439-4432 and for the summer, contact Ron Later at 575-439-4478).

Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 8/13/2021
1060 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone: 505-476-6300
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1060 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone: 505-476-6300
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New Mexico School for the Deaf (NMSD)
Early Intervention / (EIID) / Parent-Infant Child Program / Deaf Mentor Program
Includes on-site and home-based, state-wide services for families

New Mexico School for the Deaf provides comprehensive educational and support services to New Mexico’s deaf and hard of hearing children and youth between the ages of birth and 21. While most are enrolled at our Santa Fe campus, we also offer extensive Early Childhood services on our main campus in Santa Fe, through our satellite preschools located in Albuquerque, Farmington, and Las Cruces. NMSD also supports students and their families across the state through its Early Intervention and Involvement Division (EIID), which includes the Parent-Infant-Child Program and Deaf Mentor Program and the Center for Educational Consultation and Training (CECT).

Any child from 18 months to 21 living in New Mexico and has a diagnosed hearing loss can be considered for school enrollment and attend free of charge. Children statewide age birth through six can access the Parent-Infant Child Program and Deaf Mentor Program. Children and youth who are enrolled in public school programs, their families, and their educational teams, are eligible for outreach services through CECT.

Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 8/13/2021
The University of New Mexico
1700 Lomas Blvd NE Suite 1300
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Phone: 505-277-4453
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The University of New Mexico
1700 Lomas Blvd NE Suite 1300
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Phone: 505-277-4453
Email: sphrsci@unm.edu
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The University of New Mexico Speech-Language-Hearing Center (UNMSLHC) offers audiology and speech services to the general public. Clinical services are provided by graduate students under direct supervision of licensed American Speech-Language Hearing Association-certified clinical instructors, with expertise in hearing, speech, language, voice, and early childhood communication.

At the UNMSLHC, clients include all age groups, from infants to older adults. The Center provides a range of services including accent modification, aphasia, apraxia of speech, articulation, auditory processing disorders, aural rehabilitation, autism spectrum disorders, brain injury rehabilitation, dysarthria due to a variety of neurological disorders, language delay, stuttering, voice, and voice and communication therapy for clients who are transgender or transsexual.

The security and privacy of clinical records is protected by professional ethics (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) and federal legislation (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act-HIPAA). The UNM Speech-Language-Hearing Center is bound by ethics and law to adhere to HIPAA Policies and Practices. All members of the UNM Speech and Hearing Sciences Department must comply with HIPAA Policies and Practices. Reporting of information loss is be filed using the incident report/information loss form.

The UNM Speech-Language-Hearing Center adheres to the UNM policy regarding equal opportunity, which forbids unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, age, sex, sexual preference, ancestry, veteran status, genetic information or medical condition.

Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 8/13/2021
16880 Middlebelt Road Ste 4
Livonia, MI 48154
Phone: 734-522-7200
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16880 Middlebelt Road Ste 4
Livonia, MI 48154
Phone: 734-522-7200
Fax: 734-522-0200
Email: kburch@ihsinfo.org
Eligibility: For those needing information on hearing loss, hearing aids, and hearing specialists.
Services Provided: The only professional organization representing the interests of today's hearing aid specialist before the federal government, IHS provides input by means of testimony and/or information to Congressional committees, the Food and Drug Administration, the Department of Health and Human Services, members of Congress and other federal regulatory and legislative bodies.
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 8/6/2019
655 New York Avenue NW, Floor 6
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202-975-0905
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Organization Name: Hearing Industries Association
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Address:
655 New York Avenue NW, Floor 6
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202-975-0905
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Provides online hearing health resources related to product innovation, public policy, patient safety and education. Provides free online hearing checks.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 3/30/2021