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Teaching - Deaf Culture

#Deaf Children; #Hearing Parents: this website offers a helpful page for families to orient themselves among all the various and often conflicting information and advice given to parents of children with hearing loss (which make up nearly 90% of families who have deaf members). A wonderful site for finding a way to #guide your family in the direction appropriate for you.

Parents of Deaf Children

Free foldable about Graham Bell

Free Download from: Clerc Center Catalog

Clerc Center Catalog

FREE deaf awareness resources for schools

NDCS - Download Posters

"Why Katie Leclerc Says Her Intermittent Hearing Loss is a 'Huge Blessing': The 'Switched at Birth' star explains why she's actually thankful to have Ménière's disease" -- Good interview from "Women's Health" that should raise some awareness, though it doesn't sound like her attacks have been very bad. Hope they stay that way for her!

Katie Leclerc Meniere's Disease Story | Women's Health Magazine

Watch how a man who is deaf and blind got to experience the World Cup with the help of a friend.

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Access for Deaf Americans. Tennesseans can check out for free from the Library Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

Stories from the deaf and hard of hearing community

Korean youngster Lee Duck-hee dreams of life at the top of the tennis world. It is a dream shared by elite junior players the world over, but what makes Lee different is that he is deaf.

Seahawks' football player who's also deaf Derrick Coleman talks to kids in Tacoma Wash. who are part of a Special Hearing Loss Program about the challenges he faced growing up having lost his hearing. This is a great article on how people with hearing loss can do anything and how this particular person gets by in the world of football.

Check out a digital issue of the Summer 2014 edition of Hearing Our Way, the magazine for kids and teens with hearing loss!

Should the Deaf Be Considered an Ethnic Group? | BU Today | Boston University