#Deaf Children; #Hearing Parents: this website offers a helpful page for families to orient themselves among all the various and often conflicting information and advice given to parents of children with hearing loss (which make up nearly 90% of families who have deaf members). A wonderful site for finding a way to #guide your family in the direction appropriate for you. (ThingsWannLoves, Deaf and Sign Language Life)
Simple, Everyday Strategies to Support Children who have Autism..Although autism and its related conditions can be very complex to work with and can vary greatly between children it is often the case that simple and straight forward approaches and strategies can be the most effective in producing positive results. The following are some strategies that are easy to implement in a classroom, home or other environment where children with autism may be present.
If you’ve never communicated with a deaf child before you may feel nervous about how to do it. But don't worry - it’s not as hard as you think! Read our top tips and see how easy it can be.
Proud to be Deaf - children's book Over a year ago, an opportunity came from Wayland, an imprint of Hachette Children’s Group, to write an educational book for 6–8-year-old kids about being Deaf. We jumped at the opportunity becaus…
How deaf children learn : what parents and teachers need to know Summary: In this invaluable guide, renowned authorities Marc Marschark and Peter Hauser highlight important new advances in scientific and educational research that can help parents and teachers of students with significant hearing loss.