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Including Pet Therapy into Expressive Language Goals for American Sign Language (ASL) Communicators

Published by <p>This resource provides ideas for implementing pet therapy into expressive language goals with American Sign Language (ASL) communicators. <div class="woocommerce"> <div class="woocommerce-info wc-memberships-restriction-message wc-memberships-message wc-memberships-content-restricted-message"> This content is only available to members. </div> </div> </p>

Strategies for Language Intervention with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

Published by <p>This presentation will cover strategies for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) implementing language intervention with Deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) children. It will discuss why DHH children with language disorder need explicit language instruction, Intervention strategies for literacy, vocabulary, and syntax will be discussed, as well as overall language intervention techniques. <div class="woocommerce"> <div class="woocommerce-info wc-memberships-restriction-message wc-memberships-message wc-memberships-content-restricted-message"> This content is only available to members. </div> </div> </p>

The Production of Complex Syntax in Spontaneous Language by 4-Year-Old Children With Hearing Loss (2021)

Published by <p>It is known from previous research that morphosyntactic skills are impaired in children with hearing loss (p. 609); however, there is limited research on complex syntax production with this population. The authors posed the following research questions to add to this area of study: Do children with hearing loss differ from age-matched and/or language-matched children […] <div class="woocommerce"> <div class="woocommerce-info wc-memberships-restriction-message wc-memberships-message wc-memberships-content-restricted-message"> This content is only available to members. </div> </div> </p>

Activities To Do with Kids with Hearing Loss

Published by <p>This handout describes various activities to use with children who have some degree of hearing impairment. Designed for therapists, teachers, parents, and caregivers to spark conversation and ideas of how to provide opportunities for leadership, participation, and communication for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. <div class="woocommerce"> <div class="woocommerce-info wc-memberships-restriction-message wc-memberships-message wc-memberships-content-restricted-message"> This content is only available to members. </div> </div> </p>