General Strategies




Resources:

    Ferris, Caren (1980). A hug just isn't enough. Washington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

    Fin Facts (1999) A brochure from the Family Child Learning Center.

    McGill, Patricia Smith (1999). You are not alone! [Online] Available http://www.babyparenting.about.com/library/weekly/blspecial.htm?COB=home&terms=you+are+not+alone&PM=113_300_T

    Medwid, Daria J and Weston, Denise Chapman (1995). Kid friendly parenting with deaf or hard of hearing children. Washington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

    Ogden, Paul W (1996). The silent garden: Raising your deaf child. Washington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

    Sloman, Leon M.D., FRCP(C), Springer, Stephen PhD, C Psych., Vachon, Mary R.N., PhD (1993). "Disordered communication and grieving in deaf member families." Family Process, 32 (2) , 171-183.

    Brandy (1999)Children with a hearing loss: "For families with d/hh children" [Online] Available http://www.brandysign.com/childhear.html
 
 

Synthesis:

Parentís and Care Giverís Bill of Rights (Brandy, 1999 p1)

I have the right:

Synthesis

Many strategies have been listed because there is no one specific one that will help every family. Get aquainted with the family you are working with and determine which strategy will benefit them the most.

Bibliography

    Adams, John W. (1997) You and your deaf child. Washington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

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