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A new academic article published in the June issue of Language argues for the necessity of teaching deaf children a sign language in their early years, even if they receive cochlear implants or other hearing aids.
Establishing a collection of data on Deaf children to track their yearly progress is essential. With over 90% of Deaf children attending public schools, the number of Deaf children who are falling through the cracks is of great concern.
Learn how fatigue affects deaf children.
Perhaps you are the heartbroken and feeling like you are under a gag rule, smart and articulate, educational interpreter in the Heartland. Or you know someone who is. If yes, what are your thoughts on this?
This article provides a brief overview of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
Have you ever wondered how your child’s classroom environment affects the ability to be a part of classroom discussions? This article discusses how to make mainstream classrooms deaf friendly.
The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc., (RID) Standard Practice Paper provides specific information about the practice setting and is intended to raise awareness, educate and encourage sound basic methods of professional practice.
An overview of the 4 key components to a quality language program for deaf and hard of hearing children.
Every child with a disability is entitled to a free appropriate public education (FAPE), read this article to be sure your child is receiving one.
The Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) is a legal document mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. This article explains about the IFSP.