Parents and Their Deaf Children: The Early Years
Gallaudet University Press, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 264 pages
Three scholars from Gallaudet U. in Washington D.C. discuss the results of their research into the experiences of young deaf and hard of hearing children and their parents. Based upon a nationwide survey of parents with six- to seven-year-old children, as well as 80 in-depth interviews, the text des
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