Learn “Who’s Who” in Early Childhood Hearing Screening in Your State.
The Atlanta Braves selected Charles Henderson High School catcher Chase Smartt in the 35thround of Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday.
Smartt, who is deaf, was named the Class 5A Hitter and Player of the Year for the 2015 season by the Alabama Sports Writers Association and was selected for AL.com’s Super All-State Baseball Team.
Clinical trial testing new hearing technology brings sound to one young child.
Professionals serve children with hearing loss. How are you working with families to enhance the benefits for children?
Deaf teacher believes her calling is more than being a teacher. “I know how very important it is to be a role model and to have role models,” says Solomon, especially those who’ve defied the odds. It’s how she sees herself and how she wants her students to see her.
What can you do to raise awareness?
When Iris Keller met Sydney Ward in January 1999, the sign language interpreter had no idea that in addition to a 16-year job interpreting for Ward, she would end up as “class mom” for the Cloquet High School Class of 2015.
Part interpreter, part therapist, part friend, part mom — Keller was always there.
Derrick Coleman continues to inspire others with his success.
The Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center has a useful article discussing how one state was able to get a telehealth parity law passed. Learn the steps at the link below.
There is great value in children who are D/HH and their families having interaction with adults who are D/HH. Material on this webpage can help you develop or enhance a program to facilitate this effort in your state!