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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.

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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.

Deaf Ed/Elementary Ed stamps!

Wood and rubber stamp with "good job" decoration in sign language can be used in sign language classrooms for student encouragement.

Assessments (you can buy) for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students

This is an amazing resource for D/HH tests and questionnaires! Success For Kids With Hearing Loss Tests - Informal Assessments for Parents, Students, Teachers

The Visual Guide to Tinnitus #HearingLoss #CaptionCall #Tinnitus

This visual guide to tinnitus explains effects, causes and some tips to how to avoid tinnitus from happening.not really sure that there is a hard and fast way to "prevent" tinnitus, but this provides some interesting numbers.

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Swallowing: An Illustrated Journey Our interactive visual guide explains the stages of swallowing and potential dysfunctions that can interfere with each stage.

Unit 2 - Anatomy - Interactive Self-Advocacy Notebook

Unit 2 - Anatomy - Interactive Self-Advocacy Notebook

Welcome to Unit 2 - Anatomy of the Ear In school a student with hearing loss will encounter others who will ask him about his amplification, challenge her on accommodations, are unaware of what can cause a hearing loss and/or bully or make fun of him.

•	Have your students watch any of the DCMP titles listed; these are sure to incite some healthy discussion.  Angels among us~✿~

The DCMP media library has over free-loan described and captioned media titles available to registered Level 2 members, and our members can watch media online or order a DVD copy to be shipped to them.

VL2 Visual Language and Visual Learning Home

Visual Language and Visual Learning Home

ASL alphabet magnets - since I am going into a hearing impaired infusion school, will be good to have whether or not I have any HI children in my classroom

American Sign Language Alphabet Button Fridge Magnet Set

American Sign Language Alphabet Button Fridge Magnet Set by amepix I need this for my enrichment group at school :)

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