When Can You Teach Baby Sign Language
Is it too early to teach baby sign language? Is it too late? What are the pros and cons? What are the benefits and negatives? Find all of that information and how to get started right here! You will find links to printable cards, book recommendations, etc.
The baby sign language dictionary includes over 600 common signs. Start with the Top 10 Starter Signs, then expand following baby’s interest. For each word, there is a video, diagram, and tea…
Amazing Tips and Products for Deaf Parents and Parents of Deaf Children
Ever wonder what products are out there right now for deaf parents? Are you a hearing parent and have just discovered that your little one is deaf? Check out these super helpful tips and products!
Baby Sign Language: 8 Impressive Signs To Teach Your Baby
Why teach your baby sign language? Teaching your baby sign language can provide them with a valuable communication. Check out these first eight signs to teach.
Baby Sign Language: Tips and Research
Why use Sign Language with infants and toddlers? Using gestures and Sign Language with young children is a tool to support the development of verbal language. We discuss the evidence that supports this practice and great tips and resources for parents.
Best Baby Monitor for Deaf Parents: The Ultimate Guide for 2019
Are you looking for the best baby monitor for deaf parents to easily monitor your child’s every moment? Check this round-up to learn more about the monitors that you can buy if you are a hearing-impaired parent.
30 Multi-Sensory Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids with Sensory Impairments | WonderBaby.org
30 small multi-sensory toys that are perfect for kids who are blind, deafblind, autistic or have a sensory processing disorder (SPD).
Useful Gift Guide For New Deaf Parents • Mommy Gone Tropical
Do you have a gift in mind for a new or expectant deaf parent/s? If not, then this gift guide for new deaf parents will be useful!
Dad Figures Out the "Only Way" to Calm His Fussy Baby, Who Is Legally Blind and Profoundly Deaf
When Samantha Jolicoeur's now nearly 8-year-old son Gideon was just a tiny baby, she and her husband discovered that the only way to soothe their fussy boy was by blowing raspberries onto his neck when he cried. Although raspberries tend to get a response from most babies, when Gideon was 7 months old, Samantha and Kevin discovered the reason the sensory action resonated so well with their son: he was diagnosed with a rare terminal genetic disorder — peroxisomal biogenesis disorder — which…
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NDCS is the national charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people.
Caring for a Baby With Hearing Loss
If your baby has hearing loss, some aspects of baby care can be a little tricky. Here's what to expect and how to help your infant develop at her own pace.