& Information for Parents of Deaf & Hard of Hearing Children
Help Kids Hear Web Site
web site was created for the sole purpose of helping the parents
of deaf & hard of hearing children with the information and support
they need in dealing with their child's hearing loss. Our web
site is quite large and can be a bit overwhelming in finding
what you need. Here are some places on it that you will find
Map - A great way to find the information you are looking for.
- A search engine that allows you to search our web site and others like levitra generico online.
the News - News articles about hearing impairment, new technologies,
and other related materials.
& Commentary - Our editorial section. Articles written by
us and by professionals in the field.
- Our largest section and the one you are in now. Dedicated to helping
you find the information you need. Everything from educational information,
sources financial support, mental health support and more!
& Figures - A brief "stat sheet" with information
about just how common hearing impairment is, particularly in children.
Forum - What we hope will be hallmark of our site. An open forum
where you can read and post questions about hearing impairment across
a wide variety of categories.
the Kids - Links to and information just for the kids themselves.
miss the Help Kids Hear Discussion Forum! A great place for information,
ideas and support!
basics of what you need to know about your child's hearing loss, what
can cause it, what can happen if you aren't proactive, and more.
Aids, Cochlear Implants & Other Assistive Devices
information on the devices your child will need to help them hear.
& Financial Support
financial burden of a child with a hearing impairment can be overwhelming.
This section outlines places you can go for help.
Legal & Legislative Information
to advocate for your child, legal case history and current and historical
Education, Communication and Learning Strategies
to help your child's speech and language and other places to go for more
Language Dictionaries / Tutorials
on the level of your child's hearing loss, sign language could be a part
of their learning to communicate. Look here for dictionaries and tutorials.
& Other Links
specifically catering to the deaf and hard of hearing are a great resource.
Groups, Mailing Lists and Support
on the Internet to go for more information and support beyond what you
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impaired products, educational material & manufacturers on the Web.