Can't your child hear?: a guide for those who care about deaf children
Pro-Ed, Jun 1, 1981 - Family & Relationships - 340 pages
Describes the nature and causes of deafness, advises parents how to communicate with deaf children, and discusses special education programs, sign languages, and technical aids
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WHAT IS IT LIKE TO BE DEAF?
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accept additional American Sign Language amplification Association attitudes audiogram audiologist auditory training auditory/oral behavior bilingual British Deaf Association cause Chapter child's deafness chromosome counseling cued speech deaf adults deaf child deaf children deaf community deaf culture deaf parents deaf persons diagnosis difficult disabilities discussed disorder early intervention earmold English experience feel fingerspelling Gallaudet College gene genetic hearing aids hearing impairment hearing loss important integration interpreter involved language development learning vacation linguistic manual communication manually coded means mental retardation middle ear mother native sign language normal oral oral-only oralists parents of deaf pattern pidgin possible prelingually deaf preschool problems professionals profoundly deaf residential school residual hearing rubella sensory-neural sign codes situation skills social sometimes sound speechreading spoken language staff teachers tests Total Communication Total Communication program understand usually Vancouver visual words