ProvidersInformation to help providers working with Deaf children
ASDC believes that medical, audiology, and educational professionals serving deaf children and their families have a responsibility to:
- Be informed about the successes of deaf persons from all walks of life, including those who use American Sign Language, as their primary language and those who do and do not use cochlear implants.
- Recognize the benefits of early language, including sign language, and work to ensure that deaf children’s language development, whether signed, spoken or both, progresses at a rate equivalent to that of their hearing peers.
- Refer parents to a wide range of information sources, including deaf individuals, families with deaf children, schools for the deaf and local, state and national parent and deaf adult organizations.
We need to erase:
- Misconceptions that sign language will harm a deaf child’s language development.
- Misconceptions that supporting visual language means excluding spoken language approaches.
Gallaudet University’s Brain & Language Center is looking for kids entering 1st grade in/near Washington DC to participate in a study on how children learn.
Gallaudet University’s Camp Discovery is for a virtual summer camp for kids ages 4-12 who are deaf/hard of hearing or have deaf parents.
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In this webinar, you’ll learn how interpret your child’s audiogram, explore treatment options, and work effectively with your child’s audiologist.
Parents of infants who are deaf or hard of hearing are needed for an online study being conducted at Gallaudet.
Deaf Studies Today is putting on an amazing virtual conference this year. ASDC members can attend free of charge. Sign up today!
Here’s your chance to BE the change! Learn about the Cogswell-Macy Act and how you can help get the proposed law passed. Join us on April 6 for a free online planning meeting.
Each state provides early intervention services for infants and toddlers with deaf-blindness. Learn how to access services in your state.
Save the date for Gallaudet University’s Camp Discovery for children ages 4-12 who are deaf/hard of hearing or have deaf parents.