Monthly Archives: April 2019
Newberry baseball senior is nearly deaf. He’s thriving and inspiring in sports, life
Living Life Profoundly Deaf: A teen’s journey of perseverance
Newborn Screening Family Education Survey
Expecting Health, a program under the Genetic Alliance, is conducting a survey on family needs for #newbornscreening education. Take the survey to share your opinions on how you prefer to receive health information.
In appreciation of your time, you can be entered to win a $75 gift card. One participant will be selected by 6/15/2019. Only the person selected will be notified. Please enter your email address on the Google form at the end of the survey.
Tip from “Hear to Learn”
Connecting the written number to the number of objects helps to build this important skill. Use the Listening and Spoken Language strategy of auditory bombardment when working on the Flower Pot Match worksheet.
ASL DAY 2019: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
Why Reading the Same Book Repeatedly Is Good for Kids (Even If It Drives You Nuts)
Are you interested in hosting the 2020 CMV Public Health and Policy Conference?
See the Request for Host Proposals for 2020 Meeting. Applications are due May 13, 2019.
Nonprofit gives deaf students the gift of music
Strategic Tips from “Hear to Learn”
Understanding the concept of more vs. less can be difficult for children to grasp. Use the strategies Auditory First and Acoustic Highlighting to help your child develop understanding of the concept.