Day: October 2, 2017

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Parents And Deaf Children | Techniques That Foster Changes In Behavior.

   PARENTS ENCOURAGEMENT AND POSITIVE RE-FRAMING. Encouragement and positive re-framing focus on your youngster’s strengths and positive intentions. By demonstrating an unconditional belief in your youngster, you lay the foundation for an “I can do!” attitude (confidence), enthusiasm and motivation for personal growth. You offer encouragement […]

Perspectives on Deafness Review | Psychological and Developmental Foundations.

  Teaching Deaf Learners: Psychological and Developmental Foundations (Perspectives on Deafness) 1st Edition, Kindle Edition   Editorial Reviews: Review “[The book] recognizes that deaf children’s development is no longer educationally the sole responsibility of specialist staff but instead a partnership between mainstream teachers and qualified […]


How To Integrate Deaf Culture In Your Family | What You Must Do.

  INITIATE ACTION. Hearing parents of non-hearing children and non-hearing adults in the deaf community attending special outdoor events, often do not have opportunities to become acquainted with each other. Hearing parents with deaf children, usually remain unaware of this society and community events, and hearing […]

How Families Unite | Deaf And Hearing Family Members Coming Together.

  UNITY. What is meant by the term unity? Unity implies harmony among parts to form a whole – the condition of many, becoming one. Family togetherness requires that each member of the family contribute to the family whole. Parents, as the heads of the family, are […]


Hearing Loss A Disability | Confirming Through Evaluations.

MUST TAKE NOTICE. Any individual should know that a child or adult would be labeled disable, if they suffered with severe deafness. It don’t necessarily have to be loss of limb or some form of a mental condition that hinders one from functioning day-by-day in […]

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