develop a 1 to 2 page handout describing the basic information that clients, parents, and/or teachers should know about this topic. You must use language appropriate for a layperson that is not a specialist in audiology or speech-language pathology. Make it look like a brochure. Pick a topic from here and make a brochure. Do not copy one from online. Topic List: · Public laws that affect people with hearing loss · Organizations for people with hearing loss (what is the name of the group, how do you contact them, who is their target audience?) Must be detailed, not just a list. · The team approach to audiologic rehabilitation (various professional and their roles) · Deaf culture · The effects of hearing loss on speech understanding · Auditory/Verbal Approach · Auditory/Oral Approach · Total Communication Approach · Bilingual/Bicultural Approach · Cued Speech · Differences between sign language systems · How to make speech reading most efficient · Psychosocial effects of hearing loss in children · Psychosocial effects of hearing loss in adults · Effects of hearing loss on academic performance in school-aged children · Types of hearing aids · Cleaning and maintaining hearing aids · Hearing aid batteries (size, cost, how long they last, which hearing aids use which batteries) · Choosing special amplification systems (FM, loop, infrared) for children · Choosing special amplification systems (FM, loop, infrared) for adults · Who is a candidate for a cochlear implant? · Educational placements for children with hearing loss · Tips for best communication in a noisy restaurant · Tips for arranging living room furniture for optimal communication · Devices to assist the deaf on the telephone · Devices to assist the hard of hearing on the telephone · What are the different kinds of cochlear implants? · What can I expect from my child’s cochlear implant? · The Ling sound test – Why is it important? · How to audiologists help people with hearing loss?