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Report Card on Early Hearing Detection and Intervention

Report Card on Early Hearing Detection and Intervention

E = Excellent, G = Good, I = Insufficient
ProvinceGradeComments
B.C.E97%+ babies screened. Province wide. Carefully designed program with clear standards, follow-up, tracking of births and outcomes.
Ont.G90%+ babies screened.
N.S.G95% babies screened, some limitations in reporting.
PEIG95% babies screened, program doesn't fully track births or outcomes.
N.B.GProgram doesn't fully track births or outcomes.
N.L.I90%+ babies screened, not province-wide, doesn't fully track births or outcomes.
YukonI90%+ babies screened at main hospital, not territory-wide, doesn't fully track births or outcomes.
Alta.IMajority babies unscreened, tracking varies, 2013 announcement of province-wide program hasn't been acted on.
Que.I20-25% babies screened, tracking varies, program promised in 2009 not fully implemented.
Man.I10-15% babies screened, but legislation introduced to develop program.
NunavutIUnknown coverage, tracking varies, standards not in place.
Sask.IUnknown coverage, tracking varies, standards not in place.
N.W.T.IUnknown coverage, tracking varies, standards not in place.

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