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AB 2072 (Mendoza) Childhood Hearing Screening

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Uploaded on Jun 10, 2010

AB 2072 (Mendoza) provides that parents of an infant diagnosed with hearing loss shall be provided with written or electronic information on American Sign Language (ASL), Total Communication, Cued Speech, and Listening and Spoken Language. This bill also clarifies that parents should be provided information about deaf and hard-of-hearing organizations, agencies and early intervention centers, and educational programs.

AB 2072 specifies that this information is to be provided at two specific times. 1) At the follow-up appointment with an audiologist or related professional after a diagnosis with hearing loss. 2) By a local early start provider upon initial contact with the parents of an infant newly diagnosed with a hearing loss.

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