These resources focus on early intervention and early childhood education for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Additional resources and information are available on our portal.
The authors recognized the gap in language acquisition that does not meet age-based language milestones for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. The importance of language foundations that will have an effective outcomes.
15 Principles for Reading to Deaf Children
This article focuses on the importance of deaf-blind training and support access for families and educators. It includes the classification of vision and hearing loss, the types of additional disabilities that may be present, and the causes of deaf-blindness.
This research brief discusses the advantages of providing bilingual access to children with cochlear implants. It was written by Julie Mitchiner, Debra Berlin Nussbaum, and Susanne Scott, and in collaboration with the Clerc Center at Gallaudet University.
This summary builds on prior JCIH publications (2013 JCIH supplement on Early Intervention and 2007 JCIH Guidelines), updating best practices through literature…
This Clerc Center-produced, research-based webcast is designed to increase knowledge among early interventionists. It addresses how deaf and hard of hearing…