It's time to test what you've learned in this mini-course.
1: Which of the following pieces of information should you share with the school?
A. Name of your child and anticipated start date at the school
B. Brief information about cochlear implants: what they do and how long your child has had one/each
C. Any special accommodations your child will need
D. Your contact information
E. All of the above
2: Which of the following questions should you ask of the school?
A. Has a child with a cochlear implant attended the school previously?
B. Who will you meet with on a regular basis to discuss your child's progress?
C. What information does the school need from you to fully support your child?
D. All of the above
E. B and C only
3: Appropriate methods for seeking out other parents of children with cochlear implants include all of the following EXCEPT?
A. Through online listservs
B. Asking your child to ask his or her peers with cochlear implants for their parents' contact information
C. Getting a referral from your child's audiologist
D. Through a local advocacy agency
4: What is the purpose of the My Child's Strengths and Challenges information sheet?
A. It provides an at-a-glance description of your child's language and literacy strengths and challenges to be distributed to personnel at your child's school.
B. It provides a basic overview of what a cochlear implant is to be distributed to personnel at your child's school.
C. It provides a list of important contact information for your child and should be distributed to personnel at your child's school.
5: It is best to gather information about school-entry from which of the following?
A. Your child
C. Other parents
D. Your pharmacist
E. All of the above
F. A, B, and C
6: You should try to make the initial contact with your child's school ____?
A. The week before school starts
B. Six months before school starts
C. On the first day of school
D. At the first parent-teacher conference