"What works for your child is what makes the choice right!"
Texas Hands & Voices has created this resource page to help families with deaf and hard of hearing children and the professionals who serve them. It is a "living document" and as such will change from time to time. If you do not find what you are looking for or have a suggestion for addition information that we have not included here or in the links on the sidebar, please contact us at Texas Hands & Voices and fill out the comment form.
the links here will each relate to one or more of the following...
- TECHNOLOGY, INTERPRETERS & other Services
- Pediatric Audiologists
- FINANCIAL AID
- MULTIPLE DISABILITIES
- WHAT DO THESE ACRONYMS MEAN?
- Sample letter to teachers
- D/HH Role Models
Also take advantage of the amazing compilation of resources, guides, DVDs and articles available to you on a multitude of applicable topics on the Hands & Voices National website: www.handsandvoices.org.
Here are a few examples:
· “Communication Considerations A to Z™” a series from Hands & Voices that's designed to help families and the professionals working with them access information, diverse perspectives, and further resources to assist them in raising and educating children who are deaf or hard of hearing
· PARC is a set of placement and readiness checklists designed to assist IEP teams, including students, teachers, specialists, parents and school administrators, when making decisions about programming and placement for students who are deaf and hard of hearing (DHH).