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Thirty Million Words: Building a Child’s Brain
Thirty Million Words: Building a Child’s Brain The founder and director of the Thirty Million Words Initiative, Professor Dana Suskind,...
All About Tests and Assessments
When a child is struggling in school, you need to find out why. The goal of Wrightslaw: All About Tests and...
All About IEPs
In this comprehensive, easy-to-read book, you will find clear, concise answers to over 200 frequently asked questions about IEPs. ...
Your Classroom Guide to Special Education Law
This book gives parents, educators and administrators the basics of special education law in an engaging, easy-to-read format. With the...
Elephant in the Room
By Jim Bombicino, Illustrated by Gildas Chatal Skyler has a hearing loss. And he doesn’t feel much like talking today....
No Dad, It Does Not Involve a Hippopotamus!
Encouragement and information for families who have just found out their child has hearing loss, or who are well into...
Written by an individual that experienced the challenges of being a ‘one and only’ in her school with an FM...
Positive Pragmatic Fun Sheets
Children with hearing loss can develop up to 4 years in pragmatic language delays by age 7! This often over...
Early Language Development Handouts and Activities with Bonus CD-ROM
Everyone who works with young children with hearing loss, including parents, can benefit from having these fun activities on hand....
Early Social Behavior Books: Can You Stand Up for Yourself?
Children with hearing loss are targets for teasing by peers. For a healthy self-concept, they need to learn to anticipate...
Developing Child with Unilateral Hearing Loss
According to EHDI data from the Centers for Disease Control, 20%-30% of all infants diagnosed with hearing loss have unilateral...
Listen Little Star – A Guide for Families of Infants with Hearing Loss
When I was coordinating the services to families of children with hearing loss in the Florida early intervention program, we...
Achieving Effective Hearing Aid Use in Early Childhood
Other versions of this product are listed below. Guidance for Families and Professionals of Children with Hearing Loss from Infancy...
Social Skills Comics: Conversation Skills in School
Too often students with hearing loss are perceived as being socially awkward by their class peers. We realize it takes...
Listen and Learn
All children need to learn the basic rules of good listening in the classroom. Young students with hearing loss often...
WEIRD! – children’s book about feeling okay about yourself
$9.00 + S/H Children with hearing loss are often teased because they wear hearing devices. Building the resilience to withstand...
TJ’s Story: Hearing Challenges and Self-Advocacy
$7.00 + S/H Recommended Reading Level: Grade 2-7 TJ’s Story has a very powerful message – straight from a child...