Check out these resources tailored to parents and caregivers of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Additional resources and information are available on our portal.
These Language Development Milestones provide a way for parents and caregivers of deaf and hard of hearing children to track their children’s age-appropriate language growth. The milestones can be part of the children’s Individualized Family Service Plan or Individualized Education Program for progress tracking. Please check out the California Department of Education website for deaf education information!
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Gallaudet University’s Motion Light Lab has created an app, Count With Us: A Nursery Rhyme Book, designed for children ages 0-5 years old. The story on this app combines illustrations and storytelling into captivating rhythmic prose in American Sign Language and English. Please click on the link to download this app for free! It is available for both Apple and Android tablets.
DCMP offers resources on a multitude of topics in an accessible format to support deaf and hard of hearing children, their families, and educators. Offerings include remote learning tools, family resources, and professional development opportunities. The resources are free of charge. Please check out DCMP’s website for more information!
This webcast provides an evidence-based rationale for supporting language acquisition in both American Sign Language (ASL) and spoken English for young…
This video shows a day in the life of third graders at the California School for the Deaf. Watch how they interact in the classroom, at lunchtime, and during recess.
In this article, Stacy Abrams and Rosemary Gallegos explain the importance of deaf role models and the positive impact they have on families with deaf or hard of hearing…
Dr. Lori Lutz discusses the importance of reading with young deaf and hard of hearing children as early as possible. Her research focuses on the factors that help families…