Three families. Three different routes. Three successful children.
Lunchtime logistics, hallway navigation, and other school-day social maneuvers.
A new school year can be exciting, but it can also be overwhelming, especially for deaf students.
A deaf, blind high school varsity football shares how he overcomes obstacles to follow his passions.
My son will start school in September 2018, which for some may seem quite far away, but the time to pick a school is fast approaching and I just don’t […]
Catherine Parr, 2017 Valedictorian of Haldane High School, gives an inspiring speech about how small acts of kindness and support from her classmates, faculty and family, led to achieving great […]
Feelings of excitement of the new school year are here, but covering the excitement is a blanket of nerves. I am sure most parents are celebrating the added hours of […]
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela Teachers are amazing. Their ability to juggle multiple levels and abilities of students […]
What’s it like to wear hearing aids at school? Skye is giving viewers an inside look of what it’s like to wear hearing aids in the classroom.
Over the years I have had a lot of experience with troubleshooting hearing technology at school. Sometimes it’s my own, and sometimes the FM system provided by the school requires […]
Ryan Brady, a rising senior at Hathaway Brown School near Cleveland, Ohio is the creator of a pen pal program for children and teens with hearing loss called HippKids. HIPP […]
Going back to school is an exciting time that includes a lot of new changes for both students and the parents. But when a student with hearing loss enters into […]
Going back to school is an exciting time as it’s a chance to start anew. Of course with new classes, that means new teachers and going through the dreaded “this […]
There’s something about giving back to the community that sits close to my heart, especially when it relates to deafness. I’ve always been a charitable person, dedicating my spare time […]
Ashley McGoey shares her experiences growing up with hearing loss. In this first installment, she covers elementary school with a hearing loss.
The middle school years are hard for everyone. Being in middle school with a hearing loss made this period extra challenging.
Being in high school with hearing loss was a rocky journey of learning how to feel semi-comfortable in my own skin. I wanted to be cool.
Like many milestones in our lives, getting a driver’s license can come with accessibility challenges for the deaf and hard of hearing. Now, though, states are becoming more aware of […]
This guide is designed to help teachers, parents, and students with hearing loss overcome barriers as they enter the new school year, virtually or in-person.