5 Ways to Support Deaf or Hard of Hearing Children Over the Summer
A child who is deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) often has challenges understanding in situations that are not their typical, day-to-day communication. A simple trip to the beach can bring on a hint of anxiety or a large family gathering can be a breeding ground for communication breakdown. By think...
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- 5 Ways to Support Deaf or Hard of Hearing Children Over the Summer
- Access via the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Accommodations via 504 Plans and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Developing Your Child’s Reading Skills
- Emailable Tips for Teachers
- Getting Ready to Read
- Inclusion – Factors that Make it or Break it
- Individual Education Plans (IEP) and 504 Plans
- Information to Discuss with your Child’s Teacher
- Is the Inclusion Model Good for Students with Hearing Loss?
- Keys To Improving Reading Skills
- Learning Progress Equal to Peers?
- Pace of Learning & Keeping Up in the Classroom
- Possible Educational Effects of Hearing Loss
- Preparing for your Child to Start School
- 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
- Speech Perception, the listening bubble, and impact on learning
- We Want Him to be “Normal”…