Keeping Pace with Classroom Demands
A new school year often means increased classroom demands. Parents of children with hearing loss in mainstream educational settings need to ensure that therapy goals are connected to the curriculum to help children preempt or overcome any academic challenges.
Parents and Families Blogs
In "Profoundly Strong," Eliza Isham and her husband blog about, Fiona, their 15 month old daughter who was grows up to overcome profound infant hearing loss. Read Eliza's blog and other blogs from parents and families.
CART is specifically recognized as an assistive technology under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and is used to provide communications access for individuals with hearing loss in schools, on the job, at conferences and in other settings. National and local resources are available.
AG Bell Celebrates Chapters
At the 2014 Convention AG Bell celebrated how chapters bring families together and create
parent-to-parent support opportunities. Also, chapters support national advocacy efforts, and lead the charge for change through statewide grassroots advocacy initiatives.
Honors of the Association
John Stanton, Esq., received the 2014 Honors of the Association Award, which is given to individuals who have demonstrated dedication to, and sustained efforts toward, the mission of AG Bell.