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Tips for Kids, written especially for children with hearing loss in a mainstream classroom, offers ideas about listening and talking with new friends, teachers, and staff. Tips for Friends is designed for coaches, neighbors, babysitters, aunts, uncles and all other friends of children who are deaf and hard of hearing. It provides important information about hearing loss and its impact on communication, as well as helpful hints and tips about communicating with children who have hearing loss.

Auditory Training-kids: DIY LING 6 sounds- the ling -6 sounds represent different speech sounds that range from low to high pitch (m,ah,ee,oo,sh,s). This is a great tool to identify what sounds the child can hear, but it could also be used to monitor the child's progress. The clinician is to stand behind the child and an assistant is to stand in front of the child. The assistant should not say anything just look for any cues that the child heard the sound presented.

Steps to Success is a curriculum for students who are deaf or hard of hearing in grades kindergarten through 12. It is designed to assist teachers in developing skills that will enable a student to be an effective listener.

Fostering Self-advocacy in Elementary-Aged Students with Hearing Loss Marcia Zegar Ann Baumann Aural Habilitation - Children Cochlear Implan...

Rubric for determining Deaf Ed Services. URL: http://successforkidswithhearingloss.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Hearing-Itinerant-Services-Rubric.pdf

Great resources for planning post high school life. The entirety of Kris English’s book, Self-Advocacy for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: available to download and print out.

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