Supporting Success Publishing
Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss strives to offer practical and easy-to-use materials for the busy teacher of the deaf/hard of hearing.Moving between schools, mainly serving ‘one and onlies’ or a few small groups of students means having many materials on hand and a great knowledge of what to use to accomplish goals. Although Supporting Success resells items from other product lines that are a good fit for students with hearing loss. We are best known for our sole source ‘homegrown’ books and teaching tools, such as:
- Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom
- Steps to Assessment
- Steps to Success
- Building Skills for Independence in the Mainstream
- Recorded Functional Listening Evaluation Using Sentences
- SCRIPT – Student Communication Repair Inventory & Practical Training
- Another ‘set of eyes’ to provide guidance in how to tailor your work so that it will be highly attractive to teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing and other service providers.
- Once you have completed your manuscript an ISBN number will be provided and a professional designer will make your work beautiful and ready to print.
- SSCHL will arrange for all printing or digital uploading of materials, maintain inventory, and ship orders.
- A description page of your publication will be developed on the SSCHL website and the product will be included in the SSCHL catalog.
- Your publication will be marketed by SSCHL, including as part of one or more of the Bimonthly Updates that currently go to over 12,000 individuals.
- You will receive a set percent of all sales as specified by the contract. Percent of sales offered is the same, or better than, that offered by other publishing companies.
- You will have the opportunity to present at conferences on your materials, exhibit them locally, and/or sell them as part of local conferences if you are so inclined (you would purchase at a very reduced rate and resell at SSCHL price).
- Some of our authors have become involved in speaking at the biennial SSCHL Conference, often leading to other speaking opportunities with school districts, regional or state conferences.
- Become recognized as someone with true expertise in improving the futures of children with hearing loss!
Interested in discussing your project? Contact Karen Anderson, PhD, at firstname.lastname@example.org