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As parents we have to wear yet another “hat”—the hat of special education advocate. But where do we start?
Schools for the Deaf can provide language-rich, high- quality educational and leadership opportunities where deaf and hard of hearing students and their families receive the services and support they like their hearing peers – are entitled to and so clearly deserve.
It’s important to observe your child’s classroom, read this article to understand why.
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This special curriculum project, developed by a former Texas School for the Deaf High School teacher, includes five complete lessons with videos, ASL lectures, and activities.
This article presents an overview of six strategies families and service providers can use with Deaf and Hard of Hearing students who have autism at home and in the community.
This article provides an overview of the transition process for students who are deaf and have autism and offers tips for helping your child in the transition to adult life.
This article discusses strategies for working with children who are deaf and have autism using visual schedules.