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The community of people whose lives are affected by hearing loss.
Help your deaf or hard-of-hearing child win in the classroom with an IEP strategy that calls for partnership and teacher education.
While there continue to be obstacles and challenges when it comes to “play” for any of us living with hearing loss, there is no shortage of solutions.
When your child has hearing loss, the daunting task of selecting good care gets even more complicated.
Living with hearing loss means clearing hurdles and celebrating successes every day. At home. At work. At play. Life is big. Live it.
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Raising deaf and hard of hearing children is an incredible experience, from the pain of diagnosis to the unexpected gifts these children bring into our lives.
Supporting someone with hearing loss is an art. Understand the issues at work in this complex communication landscape.
Learning strategies that make a difference for deaf and hard of hearing kids. When it comes to the classroom, it’s all about access.
The facts about hearing loss provide a foundation for understanding the overall landscape of this new territory.
There are many different reasons someone can develop hearing loss, and each situation can cause a different type of hearing loss. One of the most common and challenging types is sensorineural hearing loss.
Everyday we’re seeing advancements in technology to help the deaf or hard of hearing.
Women are able to communicate their hearing loss better than men, according to a new study in the US.
Music is arguably one of the most important “sounds” in the world. But can someone with hearing loss enjoy music?