40% of children who are deaf or hard of hearing have other challenges or disabilities co-occurring with their hearing loss. These individuals are often described as being “deaf plus.”
While inclusive stories are useful for all children, they’re especially beneficial for children with hearing loss who are being educated in mainstream classrooms.
Meet a family who worked with their daughter's camp to create an access plan that outlines their daughter’s accommodations requirements.
Clarke alum Austin is on track to graduate early, and he is doing so with an eye toward saving money and the help of his excellent time-management skills.
Whether it’s Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 or Hot Cross Buns, music provides significant benefits to children—especially those who are deaf or hard of hearing. Here are some tips for incorporating music into a child's life, as well as the reasons...
Social gatherings can pose unique challenges to children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families. Use Clarke's tips to make these festivities more comfortable (and fun!) for children with hearing loss.