Arlene Stredler-Brown, PhD, CCC-SLP provides consultation and technical assistance to programs working with infants, toddlers, and young children who are deaf or hard of hearing in the United States and internationally. She has graduate degrees in Speech/Language Pathology, Education of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing, and a doctoral degree in Special Education. Her clinical work focuses on the development of an individualized treatment program to enhance listening, speech, and/or language (including sign language) for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing of any age. Of particular interest are clients who are deaf or hard of hearing who have an additional disability. Dr. Stredler-Brown’s research currently focuses on telepractice; she is the co-investigator for a Phase II Clinical Trial funded by the National Institutes of Health to study services delivered to young children who are deaf via telepractice. In addition, she investigates services for children with unilateral hearing loss and single-sided deafness. Dr. Stredler-Brown continues to work with initiatives promoting evidence-based practices, the measurement of effective education and health care options, and the use of individualized assessments and treatments. She publishes regularly on these topics. Dr. Stredler-Brown works in an adjunct faculty position at the University of British Columbia.