This article provides background information on the requirements of IDEA, Section 504, and Title II of the ADA that require supports and services for eligible students with hearing loss. It describes
...the meaning of effective communication under Title II of the ADA and implications for schools. By Cheryl DeConde Johnson.
Handout designed to support discussion by school teams regarding the role of the teacher of the deaf/hard of hearing, educational audiologist, speECH- language pathologist, special educator, and sign
...language interpreter in providing support and services to students with hearing loss. Includes possible issues that need to be considered specific to hearing loss.
Charts showing the speECH- frequencies of each of the Ling sounds as they fit into the 1st - 4th formants. It also has a chart that shows the the speECH- frequencies of each Ling sound, 125 Hz - 6000
Teacher inservice handout to use to help make sense of Functional Listening Evaluation (FLE) results. Represents instructions in written form overlaid on puzzle pieces. DHH specialist would black out
...word endings and phonemes to respresent reduction in speECH- perception based on percent response on FLE.
An increasing number of educational resources are being delivered through recorded speech in the younger grades, listening centers, and test examinations. This article focuses on the reasons why recor
...ded speech are so challenging for students who are hard of hearing thus necessitating a live voice reader in many situations.
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