All itinerant teachers need to be sure that they have compliant and best practice IEPs. This checklist provides a step-by-step way to review all information necessary for every IEP in a systematic way
..., from signatures and assessment to Present Ed Levels and Transition and everything in between! This item includes a fillable PDF form, and a Word document that integrates a dropdown feature with suggested answers or assessments. At only $1.00, you deserve this assurance that you are truly complying with all IEP requirements. And it is always a PLUS to be organized!
New to itinerant teaching or ready for more organization to the crazy start to the school year? The Back to School Checklist provides a step-by-step checklist to remind you of what is needed for each
...of your students. It includes a template you can use to create a Teacher Letter for each student. Take this step to getting better organized!
Why Involve the Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing on the Assessment Team and the IEP? This informational handout is designed to share with school teams, classroom teachers, and parents. I provides i
...nformation raising awareness of the unique access and communication needs of students and the role of the teacher of the deaf/hard of hearing.
This step‐by‐step guide has been developed to share with families after unilateral hearing loss has been diagnosed, typically in infancy secondary to identification through newborn hearing has been di
...n diagnosed, typically in infancy secondary to identification through newborn hearing screening. Designed for use by pediatric or educational audiologists. The guide reviews background information regarding what is known about the effects of hearing loss in one ear on child development. It is divided into suggested sections to correspond with pediatric audiology appointments and with home visits by an early interventionist (teacher of the deaf/hard of hearing or speech language pathologist).
This study examined the effects of consistent hearing aid use on outcomes in children with mild hearing loss. The results provided evidence that children's language development benefits from consisten
...t hearing aid use.
This information describes how to help parents and caregivers bond and communicate with their young child who is deaf or hard of hearing. It includes supporting early social development, dealing with
...conflict, and assisting in transition from early intervention to preschool.
Communication access is a key component of 504, IDEA and Title II of the ADA. Under Title II of the ADA, schools are required to ensure that communication access is as effective for children with hear
...ing loss as it is for their typically hearing peers through the provision of appropriate auxiliary aids and services. This handout provides examples of auxiliary aids and services that can make aurally delivered information available to students with hearing disabilities so that they can receive information from, and convey information to, others as effectively as students without disabilities.
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