According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), hearing loss in children delays the development of communication skills; hampers academic achievement; leads to social isolation and poor self-image; and may limit vocational choices later in life. The ASHA points out that a hearing-impaired child’s academic achievement depends, to a large extent, on parental involvement. Fortunately, parents can impact their child’s development in a number of ways. Continue reading “Helping Children With Hearing Disabilities Succeed in School and Life”
Resources – Part 2
This is a continued list of disorder-specific information and resources.
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Resources – Part 1
Some of the conditions on this list may not be classified as true learning disabilities. As some disorders are closely related, and potentially occur together, an understanding of each of them is important in helping you or your child seek proper treatment. Continue reading “Resources – Part 1”