Caroline Clark was diagnosed as deaf at the age of two. Born into a hearing family, she reflects on her relationship to words and how she turned to technology to help her speak.
A dozen icons depicting the experiences of people with disabilities are coming to smartphones and other devices later this year.
Google is starting to roll out two new features for Android phones today that are meant to help the some 900 million people around the world who the World Health Organization says will be suffering from hearing loss by the year 2055. The features are actually two apps for Android called Live Transcribe and Sound Amplifier, both of which do exactly what the names imply.
Melissa Malzkuhn was born deaf, and into a deaf family of gifted storytellers. In her brief but spectacular take, Malzkuhn describes how early access to sign language allowed her to connect with humanity. She’s now the creative director of the Motion Light Lab at Gallaudet University.
You are not always going to be with your child when they are at school, with friends or other social activities, but you can empower them with the ability to advocate for themselves.http://www.heartolearn.org/tutorials/family-wellbeing/teaching-self-advocacy-to-children.html
Interested in understanding the transition process out of early intervention? This site helps explain the process.
As an LSL strategy “auditory first” is telling before showing. It means making sure their devices are functioning and that plenty of meaningful listening opportunities are available throughout the day.