Book:  "Top 10 Ways to Raise a Psychologically Healthy Deaf Child"

Source of Information:
DEAFDIGEST BLUE by SILENT NEWS Sept. 17, 2000
Volume 5 Number 7 Barry Strassler, editor
Sponsored by the SILENT NEWS and is e-mailed free to anyone interested in deaf.
DEAFDIGEST and the SILENT NEWS are separate publications. SILENT NEWS is a newspaper for the deaf, established in 1969 and published each month.
E-mail your DEAFDIGEST subscription requests to: mailto:barry@clark.net

Book:
Introducing "Top 10 Ways to Raise A Psychologically Healthy Deaf Child" (copyrighted)

This list is designed to target psychosocial factors critical for  optimizing the healthy development of children who are deaf and hard of hearing.  The list is based on relevant findings in clinical practice and research and may be helpful for family members as well as mental health providers, educators, and other professionals who work with these children and their families.

This list was created by Lisa Marshall, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist, who is the founder and coordinator of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services at the Virginia Treatment Center for Children in Richmond, Virginia.
Dr. Marshall received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Gallaudet University and
has worked with deaf and hard of hearing children and families for the past several years.

The Top 10 list is available in a 4"X6" color magnet ($3.00/ea) and a  11"X17"
laminated color poster ($8.00/ea).  The magnet and poster are currently available
in English.  The poster will soon be available in Spanish.  Bulk pricing is available.

For more information on how to place an order, contact Dr. Marshall at
mailto:  lamarshall@vcu.org
 

Copyright 2000 by Barry Strassler. You have permission to use portions of DEAFDIGEST in any form or shape provided request is made in advance and that credit and publication copy are both given to Barry Strassler, publisher, DEAFDIGEST by SILENT NEWS. The editor reserves the right to refuse or to revoke subscription privileges if deemed appropriate.
 

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