Articles

  • 10 Things I Wish You Knew
  • 10 Years of Changes!
  • Access via the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Accommodations via 504 Plans and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • ASL Development
  • Brain On? Hearing Device Monitoring is Necessary for Access to Education
  • Building your Child’s Self-Confidence
  • Bullying / Teasing Happens!
  • Characteristics of Children as Communicators
  • Communication – Whatever Fits Your Child and Family
  • Cued Speech Information
  • Dear Classroom Teacher: You Have A Student With Hearing Loss
  • Developing Your Child’s Reading Skills
  • Developmental Milestones
  • Does he have to wear his hearing aids? Really? He seems to hear okay!
  • Ear Infections and Learning
  • Early Consistent Hearing: Building Trust & Confidence
  • Early Intervention – What’s That?
  • Early Intervention Materials on Tap
  • Effective Practices in Early Intervention
  • Emailable Tips for Teachers
  • Getting Ready to Read
  • Growing Up with Hearing Loss: Challenges & Resistance
  • He Failed Hearing Screening What’s Next?
  • Hearing Aids and Your Child
  • Hearing Aids, Cochlear Implants – Ways to Help Daily Hearing
  • Hearing Loss Identification and Diagnosis
  • Hearing Loss Related to Childhood Ear Infections
  • How to Start to Help your Child
  • IDEA Law Summary Information
  • Improved Family Connections via Tele-Intervention
  • Inclusion – Factors that Make it or Break it
  • Individual Education Plans (IEP) and 504 Plans
  • Infants and Toddlers with Hearing Loss
  • Information to Discuss with your Child’s Teacher
  • Is the Inclusion Model Good for Students with Hearing Loss?
  • Key Terms to Know in Early Intervention
  • Keys To Improving Reading Skills
  • Learning Progress Equal to Peers?
  • Overview of Early Intervention
  • Pace of Learning & Keeping Up in the Classroom
  • Parent Participation in Early Intervention
  • Possible Educational Effects of Hearing Loss
  • Preparing for your Child to Start School
  • Providing Early Intervention Services in Natural Environments
  • Questions Families Often Ask about their Child with Hearing Loss
  • Ready or Not – Your Child has a Hearing Loss! Explaining the Urgency
  • Reducing the Impact of Stigma and Teasing
  • School Supports, Modifications and Accommodations for Students
  • School-Aged Children with Hearing Loss
  • Self-Advocacy Skill Development is Required for Full Participation in the Classroom
  • Social Communication – PRAGMATICS
  • Social Issues and Your Child
  • Speech & Language Development at Home
  • Speech Perception, the listening bubble, and impact on learning
  • Strategies for Keeping Hearing Aids on Young Children
  • Surface Learning is Not Enough – the Need for Deeper Understanding
  • Technology Monitoring Is Necessary For Hearing Device Users
  • Teens and the Price to Pass as ‘Normal’
  • Transition to Preschool
  • Understanding your Baby’s Hearing Loss
  • Unilateral Hearing Loss
  • We Need to Tame Teasing/Bullying!
  • We Want Him to be “Normal”…
  • Writing the IFSP for Your Child