Best advice for deaf teen girls
While some people can be pretty anxious about their first solo airplane flight, year-old Ashley was particularly nervous. Since the teen was born deaf, she was worried that her lack of hearing would prevent her from receiving any details about her recent flight from Baltimore, Maryland to Rochester, New York. To make matters worse, she had a connecting flight from JFK International Airport, which can be an overwhelmingly busy airport for even the most experienced fliers. Thankfully, Ashley had a safe and successful flight—and thanks to a compassionate flight attendant, it was also a particularly memorable one.
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Including Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids in the Classroom
10 Things No One Tells You About Being A Deaf Teen
Growing up as a deaf child and teenager in a hearing world was not easy. I tried hard to fit in and socialise with my hearing peers but society was, and still is quite judgemental. I think it was just a lack of deaf awareness and not knowing how to communicate with me. Later on, I realised who my true friends are — the ones who made an effort to include me.
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College Guide for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
Are you a teacher who has a deaf or hard of hearing child in your classroom this year? Here are some tips from my personal experience, plus resources available on the web. I grew up mainstreamed in hearing classrooms before we even had a term like "inclusion. This book has become a classic, discussing the needs of hard of hearing children who can be overlooked.
Of these, about , are aged The National Center for Educational Statistics reports somewhere around 20, deaf and hard of hearing students attend post-secondary educational institutions each year. The severity of these types of hearing loss can seriously impact a student's academic success. Reading and mathematics are especially challenging.