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.
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This article summarizes recent research regarding the language and cognitive differences between students who are DHH and their hearing peers. Identification of these differences can help professional
...s better understand classroom challenges faced by our students and strategies to support students through these challenges.
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 a forum for team discussion of the need for auxiliary aids and services for different school situations so students can receive information from, and convey information to, others as effectively as students without disabilities.
Informational article for families and school personnel unfamiliar with the impacts of hearing loss on effort, attention, and learning. This introduction assists in understanding the need for assessme
...nt, support, and accommodations when a student has hearing loss.
This information presents the potential impact of a hearing loss and actions that can be undertaken to promote the success of students who are deaf or hard of hearing. It includes characteristics of s
...tudents who are successful, actions that can be taken to promote success, and different instructional approaches to use.
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