Karen L. Anderson, PhD, Director
C.O.A.C.H. -Self Advocacy & Transition Skills for Secondary Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
C.O.A.C.H. is a ‘How to’ and “What to do” book for the development of skills for secondary students.
The program uses a problem solving model of C.O.A.C.H. – Concern- Observe- Access- Collaborate- make it Happen to address access and communication needs.
The book includes: rationale for the instruction model, step by step directions, goals and activities, assessments, and reproducible worksheets.
Each section addresses specific aspects of advocacy and develops underlying skills to support application. Learn how to guide your students to handle their use specific situations and to develop skills they will use for a life time.
For those of you who liked Steps to Success, this book is an expansion of the instructional model and a more in-depth look at serving secondary students.