Karen L. Anderson has been an audiologist for over 30 years, specializing in educational audiology, identification and intervention of infants with hearing loss, serving students who are hard of hearing and classroom acoustics.
She is lead author of Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom: Optimizing Achievement for Students with Hearing Loss. Dr. Anderson is the author or co-author of test instruments, articles, and materials for school staff or parents and has presented widely on these topics. Commonly requested materials can be found on the Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss website.
She is a highly sought-after speaker, both nationally and internationally, on a variety of topics related to early intervention and school-age services for children with hearing loss.
Lynne H. Price is a National Board certified teacher with 37 years of teaching experience. She is certified in the areas of Deaf & Hard of Hearing, k-12 Regular Education, and Reading. She has worked in both residential and public school settings – preschool through high school, and in all settings – center-based through itinerant. She is fluent in American Sign Language and cued speech. She is also trained in listening and spoken language skills (LSLS).
In addition to teaching, Ms. Price has served as an administrator of services for students who are deaf and hard of hearing in the 16th largest public school system in the nation. She has mentored staff and developed programming and curriculum. She is the author of Steps to Success: A Scope and Sequence of Skills for Students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing. Ms. Price has presented regional and national workshops on topics related to students who are hard of hearing or deaf. She also is a member of the North Carolina Task Force for the National Agenda for Achieving Educational Equality for D/HH Students.