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MedEd Connections Resource Guides: Deaf and Hard of Hearing


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Children who are D/HH can begin learning language, communication, and literacy at the same time. The more children read books with family and friends at home and in school, the stronger their literacy foundation will become. Please note that it is vital for children to be read to in the language and mode used by the child.

An SLP, TOD, or a literacy specialist will be able to provide direct reading support. There are resources on the Outreach Center’s website that may help you support your child’s literacy at home. Some of these resources include:

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