PORA! 28.02.2021 “Overview of hearing development and potential hearing impairment in children with presentations of clinical cases”

The presenters for the webinar on February 28th will be Doc.Dr. Astrid Magele, ENT surgeon, and Deputy Head of the Audiology Department Philipp Schörg from the University Hospital St. Pölten, Austria.

  • Keywords:
    Pediatric Audiology,
    Speech Development,
    Hearing Impairment Reasons,
    Diagnostics/Testing,
    Newborn Hearing Screening,
    Therapy,
    Case Studies.

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Language: English, translate in to Russian

Profile: Astrid Magele

Priv.Doz.Dr. Astrid Magele, MBA has been working as a specialist at the ENT department at the University clinic St.Poelten since March 2013.

Since 2014 she is is the head of the “Hearing impaired program” of  the University clinic St.Poelten. Her interests are focused on Otology and Neurotology.

In addition to general surgeries in the ENT, she does mainly general ear surgeries, cochlear implantations, and implantations of bone conductive hearing aids and active middle ear implants.

She is member of the Otology group of Prof. GM Sprinzl since June 2008. Her main research interests are in clinical trials in the field of hearing implants. She pays special interest to sound localization and speech perception in bilateral users of Vibrant Soundbridge. Another main topic is elderly patients suffering from presbyacusis, and quality of life studies from patients aided with hearing implants.

In addition, she works in the Neurotology team, focusing especially on the rehabilitation of patients with cochlear implants and also on vertigo in adults and children after implantation of CIs.

Profile: Philipp Schörg

Philipp Schörg, BSc. MSc.

Audiology, ENT Department, University Hospital St. Pölten, Austria

2010 BSc.: Speech and language Pathologist
2010-2012: AKH Vienna (Universitätsklinik Allgemeines Krankenhaus)/ Audiology
2012- since now: University Hospital St. Poelten/ Audiology
2017 MSc.: Digital Healthcare/ Telehealth
Since 2012: Lector at the Fachhochschule Studiengang Logopädie in Wiener Neustadt
Since 2016: deputy head of audiology in St. Pölten

January 24th: Round table “Different approaches in therapy for children with CI”

As the end of the cycle of lectures on rehabilitation (for six modules held from October 2020 to January 2021), on January 24, we organized a round table “Different approaches in therapy for children with CI” with leading experts.
Each specialist had a brief presentation of their method of work and we discussed which method is best suited and whether it is possible to work using the concept of only one method. What is our goal as therapists?
Moderator: Dr.Monika Lehnhardt-Goriany

Language: English, translate in to Russian

PORA! January 10th: Series of webinars / GIZ project Kyrgyzstan. Module6. Natural Auditory Oral Approach – Concept and implementation in the CIC Rhein-Main

Within the framework of the grant program “Cochlear Implantation and Long-Term Support of Deaf Children” received by the Lehnhardt Foundation from the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) for specialists in Kyrgyzstan, our world renown experts conduct several modules of lectures.
We invite not only specialists from Kyrgyzstan, but also everyone who is interested and for whom a given topic is useful.

The 6th Modul “Natural Auditory Oral Approach – Concept and implementation in the CIC Rhein-Main” covers following topics:

1.The Natural Auditory Oral Approach NAOA in the CIC Rhein-Main
2.
Early musical education with children with CI – introduction

Expert: Yvonne Seebens

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Language: German, translate in to Russian

PORA! December 20th: About the grant program «Cochlear Implantation and Long-Term Support of Deaf Children» in Kirgisistan

This final meeting in 2020 will take place on December 20th. Dr. Monika Lenhardt-Goriany will talk about the “Cochlear Implant and Long-Term Support of Deaf Children” grant program in Kyrgyzstan. As many of you already know, under this program it is planned to teach surgeons, audiologists and therapists in Kyrgyzstan. From 13 to 18 December, the Chairman of the Lehnhardt Foundation – Dr. Monika Lehnhardt and specialists from the partner clinic of this project – KMG Clinic in Gustrow (northern Germany) ENT surgeon Prof. Just with his colleague ENT doctor Irina Driamina are in Bishkek, where they organized 10 CI operations, training seminars and conferences.
Dr. Monika Lehnhardt will share with us the results of the trip and her impressions.

Language: German, translate in to Russian

here are keywords in English

PORA! December 13th: Series of webinars / GIZ project Kyrgyzstan. Module5. Natural Auditory Oral Approach – implementation in the CIC Rhein-Main. Part2

Within the framework of the grant program “Cochlear Implantation and Long-Term Support of Deaf Children” received by the Lehnhardt Foundation from the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) for specialists in Kyrgyzstan, our world renown experts conduct several modules of lectures.
We invite not only specialists from Kyrgyzstan, but also everyone who is interested and for whom a given topic is useful.

All themes PORA! 2020

The 5th Modul “Natural Auditory Oral Approach – Concept and implementation in the CIC Rhein-Main” covers following topics:

  1. The Natural Auditory Oral Approach NAOA concept
  • 1a. Excursus: They only play?
  • 1b. Excursus: The meaning of rituals
  • 1c. Excursus: Learning together in a group
  • 1d. Excursus: Adventure book
  1. CI habilitation in the CIC Rhein-Main

Expert: Yvonne Seebens

PORA! November 29th: Series of webinars / GIZ project Kyrgyzstan. Module4. Natural Auditory Oral Approach – Concept and implementation in the CIC Rhein-Main

Within the framework of the grant program “Cochlear Implantation and Long-Term Support of Deaf Children” received by the Lehnhardt Foundation from the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) for specialists in Kyrgyzstan, our world renown experts conduct several modules of lectures.
We invite not only specialists from Kyrgyzstan, but also everyone who is interested and for whom a given topic is useful.  All themes PORA! 2020 


Modul 4 “Natural Auditory Oral Approach – Concept and implementation in the CIC Rhein-Main” covers following topics:

1. Goals of therapy for children with CI
2. The Natural Auditory Oral Approach NAOA concept
3. CI habilitation in the CIC Rhein-Main

Expert: Yvonne Seebens


PORA! November 22nd: Series of webinars / GIZ project Kyrgyzstan. Module3. Habilitation with auditory verbal therapy

Within the framework of the grant program “Cochlear Implantation and Long-Term Support of Deaf Children” received by the Lehnhardt Foundation from the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) for specialists in Kyrgyzstan, our world renown experts conduct several modules of lectures.
We invite not only specialists from Kyrgyzstan, but also everyone who is interested and for whom a given topic is useful. All themes PORA! 2020

The third Modul “Habilitation with auditory verbal therapy” covers following topics:

  • AVT as a developmental approach
  • Hearing / Listening Age
  • Assesment & Intervention Resources
  • Strategies for Listening and Spoken Language for older children
  • Experience book / Storytelling

Experts: Isabel Monteiro da Costa  Pedro Brás da Silva   Eulalia Juan

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Recording of Modul 2

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nxTb8tsz_Y]

Profil Eulalia Juan

  • Eulalia Juan was born in Palma de Mallorca in Spain. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Education (therapeutic pedagogy) in 1991 from the University of the Balearic Islands. In the same year, an SLP-CCC degree (Master’s in Language and Hearing Impairment) followed. Eulalia went on to specialize in hearing problems in children during a training course in 1997 (CEE). In 2006 she obtained her post-graduate degree in Audiology from the University of Salamanca. In 2012 she received an international certificate in auditory verbal therapy in a course coordinated by Warren Estabrooks.

  • The professional pathway of Mrs. Juan, E. has run as follows:
  • 1989 SLP in association ASPAS Mallorca
  • 1995 Private practice Centre de Llenguatge I Audició
  • 1989-2020 –Lecturer at the University of the Balearic Islands. Postgrado audición y Lenguaje and Postgrado atención Temprana
  • 1999-2015 – Clinical and technical specialist for first Spain then Portugal for Cochlear as cochlear clinical specialist. She has been active in cochlear implantation rehabilitation since the first CI was implanted in Mallorca in 1989. In this capacity, she coordinated the first 3 multicentric studies in Spain together with Drs. Manrique, Ramos, Morera and García-Ibáñez
  • Also has a history of collaborating with the Lehnhardt Foundation while working on the
  • HICEN and QESWHIC and PORAH! projects.
  • 2015-2020 Rehabilitation consultant for Cochlear Academy. Cochlear EMEA
  • 2003-2020. SLP in ENT department . Hospital son Llàtzer. Palma de Mallorca Spain