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Conversation Starters for DHH Guides

Interested in learning from the experiences of DHH Guide role models, but not sure what to ask? Here are some ideas to help you! Download it here: DHH Guides Conversation Starter Questions

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Helping your Child Succeed this Fall – Individual Education Plans Source: Children’s Craniofacial Association’s Parent Panel

The Children’s Craniofacial Association is an American organization that our family has followed since our child was born with facial differences. Their mission is to empower and give hope to individuals and families affected by facial differences. You can check … Continue reading 

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Ipad Apps for Speech, Vocabulary and Auditory Development

By Catherine Kalchbrenner Ipads and other tablets have become an everyday household device. With prudent selection of appropriate apps, they can be a useful tool to support learning in our children but, unguided, they can be little more than a … Continue reading 

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How to Customize your BAHA Soft Band

How to Customize a BAHA Soft Band A Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA) is a device that transmits sound to the inner ear directly through the bone of the skull, rather than through the ear canal. It can aid hearing … Continue reading 

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Keep ‘em Safe, Wear ‘em Proud!

Tips for Keeping Hearing Equipment on Babies, Toddlers, & Preschoolers By Teresa Kazemir I remember driving home from the audiologist with brand new hearing aids in a box on my lap – little did I know what lay ahead in … Continue reading 

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