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The opportunity to access to all classroom instruction and peer-to-peer communication is a key assumption of regular education and of 504, IDEA and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). A November 2014 policy guidance from the US Department of Education and US Department of Justice clarified that, under Title II of the ADA, schools are required to ensure that communication for students who are deaf and hard of hearing are as effective as communication for others through the provision of appropriate aids and services, thereby affording an equal opportunity to obtain the same result to gain the same benefit as that provided to others and to participate in and enjoy the benefits of the district’s services, programs, and activities . The ADA requirements restate the principles stated under Section 504, which is often seen as the means used to fulfill the requirements of ADA. Per the U.S. Department of Justice2 : Public entities must not discriminate against, deny the benefits of, or exclude qualified individuals with disabilities from participation in any service, program, or activity. The aids, benefits, and services provided to persons with disabilities must be equal to those provided to others, and must be as effective in affording equal opportunity to obtain the same results, to gain the same benefit, or reach the same level of achievement as those provided to others. These requirements apply to all school-related communication for children with known hearing, vision or expressive speech impairments, ages 3 through 22, who are educated in public schools, including charter and magnet schools

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Date first listed on Teacher Tools Takeout: Feb 14, 2022

Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss is a website with an umbrella of resources to support teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing and other educators and families to enhance the future success of children who are hard of hearing, deaf, and Deaf. 

CONTACT US / Questions?

Our mission is to improve the futures of children with hearing loss. Visit the SSCHL Home Page Contact the SSCHL TEAM Phone: 888-963-8991 YES – we love Purchase Orders!  FAX your PO to:480-393-4331.
Purchase ordersYou MUST include an email contact and phone number on your PO. Some of our products are downloadable only and delivered via email. Not including an email address will prevent delivery.
You can fax POs or email scanned purchase orders to: orders@success4kidswhl.com 

LetterMailing Address: Remit payments to:
Success for Children with Hearing Loss
12094 Anderson Rd/Suite 347 
Tampa, FL 33625

Other business issues contact: Karen L. Anderson, Director, Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss, 1775 Garland Lane N., Plymouth, MN 55447 USA. SSCHL is a registered business in MN.  karen@success4kidswhl.com

Need a W-9 or Vendor Information? 

A current W-9 form can be downloaded here: SSCHL 2020 W-9 Form.  The W-9 form reflects the Minnesota business address, not the Florida shipping and remit address. Need to set up SSCHL as a vendor? Please send a request to questions@success4kidswhl.comDun & Bradstreet # 080590521. In 2017 Supporting Success is an S-Corporation (EIN 81-320-3727).

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Only residents of Minnesota will be charged sales tax during online sales. If you are a tax exempt Minnesota school please use the coupon code MINNESOTASCHOOL to waive this tax fee. It is unlawful for Minnesota residents who are not tax exempt to use this coupon code to prevent payment of sales tax.

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