Quality Hearing Loss Resources for Speech Therapists

Quality Hearing Loss Resources for Speech Therapists

Quality Hearing Loss Resources for Speech Therapists

Since speech, as with most forms of communication, is learned through observation (hearing other people talk) and imitation (repeating what you have heard), many deaf people, especially those born deaf or deafened at an early age, have difficulty learning to speak with the natural cadence and intonation of those blessed with hearing. Part of what a speech-language pathologist does is to help deaf and hard of hearing people improve their speech capabilities. Use the links below to jump to a section.

The learning and communication tools and skills used by deaf people can be very useful for speech therapists. Many techniques and technologies that have been developed for those with hearing loss, such as American Sign Language, Cochlear Implants, Closed Captioning, video chat, and ASL enabled mobile communication apps, can be of great use to speech pathologists throughout their careers. These sites have great information for speech pathologists, those looking to study speech pathology, and even individuals seeking speech therapy or another type of communication therapy or coaching.

ASL Interpretation & Learning

American Sign Language is a widely used system of hand symbols and gestures that can be used to communicate nearly any word or concept visually. It is an important skill for those who can’t hear or can’t speak audibly, and it is one of the most “mainstream” ways for deaf people to communicate. As a visual mode of communication, ASL is a great tool for speech therapists needing to talk to someone who has great difficulty communicating vocally.

  • World Association of Sign Language Interpreters


    The World Association of Sign Language Interpreters is a site designed to inform people about the development of the WASLi and what the organization offers the community. This site has extensive information about the ASL culture and resources for members.

    To Begin With: Calendar

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  • American Sign Language Master Tutor


    American Sign Language Master Tutor is written by an ASL master tutor with 17 years of experience named Raven. Posts on this site offer helpful insight into the ASL culture from a professional perspective.

    To Begin With: Welcome 2013!

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  • Xpressivehandz


    Xpressivehandz is dedicated to informing people about teaching young children and babies sign language. The site has resources for parents and offers advice on finding tools for help.

    To Begin With: #whyisign

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  • 24 Hour Sign Language Services


    24 Hour Sign Language Services Blog is a site operated by a sign language service provider which offers services around the clock. Site visitors will learn about the ASL and ADA culture and basics of sign language.

    To Begin With: ASL Phrase of the Week

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  • The Sign Language Company Blog


    The Sign Language Company Blog is run by a company that is dedicated to corporate communication across the nation. Posts in the blog address struggles in ASL world from a business perspective and offer commentary on relevant current events.

    To Begin With: Ice Age in ASL

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  • My ASL Journey


    My ASL Journey is a site written by an ASL student since 2010, Rob Williams. Posts on this site chronicle his experiences as a student and what he has learned about the deaf culture.

    To Begin With: Being Deaf as from a Blind Guy

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  • California Federation of Interpreters


    California Federation of Interpreters is a site about this California-based organization dedicated to providing tools and resources to interpreters. Content on this site provides users with information about educational programs and job openings in the state.

    To Begin With: Resources

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  • Rauch, Inc.


    Rauch, Inc. strives to unite a community of people who support those with disabilities and their families. This site offers information about what the group offers and how to find resources for various issues in this field.

    To Begin With: Interpreting Services

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  • ASLhub


    ASLhub is a site dedicated to a group of people who wanted to showcase high quality ASL videos. Video posts range from informative vlogs to creative and humorous skits which address situations in the ASL culture.

    To Begin With: The Journey

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  • Sign Writing Site


    Sign Writing Site is a site dedicated to educating readers about deaf literacy and deaf literacy issues. Content on this site covers educational references as well as offers information and resources for community awareness.

    To Begin With: Sign Writing Basics

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  • American Sign Language University


    American Sign Language University is an ASL resource site for sign language students and teachers. Resources and posts on this site are meant to help people improve their sign language skills and ASL teaching skills.

    To Begin With: First of All

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  • Signing Online


    Signing Online offers American Sign Language instruction and resources. The online courses offered on this site help students and teachers in the ASL field.

    To Begin With: Finger Spelling

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  • Sign2Me


    Sign2Me is a site all about baby sign language and early learning development. The content on this site is meant to help parents teach their baby ASL and it also offers resources for educational materials.

    To Begin With: The Benefits of ASL Signing

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  • LOVE 2 ASL Professional Development


    LOVE 2 ASL Professional Development is a site dedicated to the professional development of ASL professionals. Content on this site supports educational and professional development .

    To Begin With: ASL Workshops

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  • LotuSIGN


    LotuSIGN is a site by the leaders in integrating sign language into music. Site visitors will learn about the program and find resources for getting involved.

    To Begin With: Services

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  • How You Sign Blog


    The How You Sign Blog is a site dedicated to sign language, science, and math. Content on this site is meant to educate people on ASL topics and issues.

    To Begin With: Through Your Child’s Eyes: American Sign Language

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  • ASL Resource


    ASL Resource is a site full of helpful tools and resources for American Sign Language users, students, and teachers. Content on this site is meant to offer international educational and cultural resources.

    To Begin With: Country Signs

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  • ASL for America


    This site is dedicated to the American Sign Language community. ASL for America spotlights political issues which impact sign language communicators.

    To Begin With: Deaf Community Petitions President Obama

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  • Joey’s ASL Vlog


    Joey’s ASL Vlog is a unique American Sign Language video blog hosted by ASL user Joey. Vlog posts on this site feature commentary on ASL issues as well as posts about pop-culture and unrelated news.

    To Begin With: ASL in Classrooms

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  • ASL Deafined Blog


    ASL Deafined Blog is all ASL videos and ASL online learning classes. Posts cover topics and issues specific to the learning challenges of ASL students.

    To Begin With: LOL

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  • Baby Sign Language


    Baby Sign Language is a site which aims to make baby sign language easy for both the parents and the children. Posts on this site are meant to help parents who are teaching their babies and toddlers sign language.

    To Begin With: QuickStart Guide

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  • My Smart Hands


    My Smart Hands is a blog about helping young minds learn sign language and learn through sign language. Content on this site is meant to educate parents and teachers and teaching young children to sign.

    To Begin With: Baby Signing Q & A

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  • Signing Savvy


    Signing Savvy is a sign language resource site for the deaf and families of ASL users. The site offers learning resources, an online ASL dictionary, and education about sign language.

    To Begin With: Learning American Sign Language (ASL)

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  • Handspeak


    Handspeak is sign language resource site dedicated to helping people learn ASL as a second language. The site has a database of ASL resources and dictionaries.

    To Begin With: ASL 100 Tutors

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  • Start ASL


    Start ASL offer site visitors a fun way to learn ASL for free. Site users will find valuable information and courses which aim to help people learn sign language as a second language.

    To Begin With: Deaf Culture

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  • American Sign Language Browser


    American Sign Language Browser allows users to find the sign for words or phrases in the ASL. Site users can also browse by letters and find signs for words that would be useful to know.

    To Begin With: Learn American Sign Language

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  • Signing Time


    Signing Time videos teach ASL signs to kids of all ages. They air on PBS and Nick Jr. Products include curriculum, guides and product bundles for parents and therapists.

    To Begin With: Learn A Sign

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  • Access Interpreting

    Access Interpreting
    Access Interpreting is an organization that provides and promotes communication services for the deaf and hard of hearing. AI provides real-time video interpretation via the web, creates seminars, and distributes various products that ease communication between those who can hear and those who cannot.

    To Begin With: Services

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Deaf Culture & Organizations

One side effect of the communication difficulties that deafness brings has been the development of a vibrant culture surrounding hearing loss and the use of deaf-friendly communication in entertainment, media, social situations, technology, and more. There are many organizations devoted to removing the stigma from deafness and helping those with hearing loss live full lives despite many aspects of society not catering to their needs.

  • Signed Stories


    Signed Stories are apps that are full of stories for parents, care takers, and teachers of deaf children and students. These stories are made for the children who use sign language to communicate.

    To Begin With: Apps for the Family

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  • Deaf in Prison


    Deaf in Prison is a blog about the challenges faced by deaf and hearing impaired people who are incarcerated. Aside from initial communication difficulties with police officers, prison officials and other participants in the prison system, incarcerated deaf people may have social difficulty with their cell mates and may not be able to take advantage of the offerings for education or employment that are available to some prisoners.

    To Begin With: For Police Officers: VRS, VRI, or Live Interpreter?

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  • Malinowski’s Blog


    Malinowski’s Blog offers insights on social justice and artistic views on the writer’s experiences growing up as a hearing capable daughter in a deaf household. Posts address issues in the deaf community as well as musings from the author’s life.

    To Begin With: Big Hearing Girl

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  • The Deaf Church in New Orleans


    The Deaf Church in New Orleans is a site which hosts news and information about the New Orleans-based church for the hearing impaired. Posts on this site address current events, topics on the deaf community, and topics on the Christian community.

    To Begin With: Deaf Church Pictures

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  • Lisa McLung’s Hands of Praise


    Hands of Praise offers Christian stories and ministries in American Sign Language, making religion more accessible to those who cannot fully benefit from a spoken religious service. Additionally, Lisa McLung’s Hands of Praise videos are set to music and have a theatrical element to them to augment the visual communication style of ASL.

    To Begin With: About

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  • OIC Movies


    OIC Movies has entertainment, news, and other media translated into ASL and recorded on video to provide an online media resource for individuals who rely on ASL as their mode of communication and information gathering.

    To Begin With: FAQs

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  • Deaf Culture Centre


    The Deaf Culture Centre is a Canadian-based cultural society of the deaf. Content on this site is broken down by native language and offers site users many valuable educational tools and resources.

    To Begin With: ASL

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  • Deaf Art/Deaf Artists


    Deaf Art/Deaf Artists features over 40 different deaf and hard of hearing artists and many resources on this subject. Content spotlights the artists’ works and struggles as well as offers inspiration to others in the same position.

    To Begin With: Spinning Gold

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  • See What I’m Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary (IMDB)


    See What I’m Saying is a documentary on deaf entertainers. Posts on this site chronicle the evolution of the movie as well as offers the latest news on product and promotion.

    To Begin With: Watch Now (Amazon)

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  • Deaf Missions Blog


    Deaf Missions Blog is a Christian mission blog dedicated to helping deaf people learn about Jesus through visual education. Site posts feature information and updates about the work the Mission is doing and what projects are coming up.

    To Begin With: Raising Deaf Awareness

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  • National Deaf Education Project


    National Deaf Education Project was established over a decade ago to move towards the development of a quality communication and language-driven education. They have now partnered with the Hands & Voices organization.

    To Begin With: Contact

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  • Hands & Voices


    Hands and Voices is a nationwide group that provides resources and education for the hearing impaired community. Site visitors will discover how they can get involved in the organization and also discover resources and tools for the deaf community.

    To Begin With: Guide By State

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  • National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders


    The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders is dedicated to research to improve the lives of people with communication disabilities. This site is a database of information about all different types of communication disabilities.

    To Begin With: Noise Induced Hearing Loss

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  • Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing


    Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is a site for children and adults who suffer from hearing loss. Posts on this site offer helpful resources and tips about handling everyday life with hearing loss.

    To Begin With: Share the Word

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  • Lipreading Mom


    Lipreading Mom is a blog written by the deaf mother of three children. Posts on this site offer an insight into motherhood as a person with a hearing disability.

    To Begin With: A Story of Tragedy…And Hope

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  • A Deaf Mom Shares Her World


    A Deaf Mom Shares Her World is a site dedicated to the journey of a mother who suffers from hearing loss. The mother’s posts are inspiration and chronicle her everyday struggles as a deaf mother.

    To Begin With: Living on Three Words for 2013

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  • Deafened But Not Silent.


    Deafened But Not Silent discusses how to get the most out of life, even with a hearing disability. Posts on this site teach that there is no reason to not live life to the max as a deaf person.

    To Begin With: On Being Normal…

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  • deafcomm


    deafcomm is a blog dedicated to breaking down communication barriers. Posts cover topics that impact the deaf and blind as they navigate daily life.

    To Begin With: Communication Skills and Tactics for Deaf and Deafblind People

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  • The Silent Grapevine


    The Silent Grapevine is site for the deaf community on pop-cultural news, scandals, fashion, hairstyles, pictures, and videos. Posts cover daily news, stories, and more as well as news specific to the deaf culture.

    To Begin With: Silent Interviews

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  • Deaf Expressions


    Deaf Expressions offers a deep look into the mind of a deaf person. Posts feature commentary and insight on navigating the world with a hearing impairment.

    To Begin With: Ah! Technology!

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  • Redeafined


    Redeafined is a magazine tailored to the deaf community. Articles feature relatable insights and commentary on issues which deaf people face.

    To Begin With: 5 Thing I Dislike About Being Deaf

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  • Deaf Women in Film


    Deaf Women in Film is dedicated to deaf female entertainers. Posts on this site spotlight these women actors who struggle with hearing impairments.

    To Begin With: 10 Internet Films By/With Deaf Women in Film

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  • The Peterborough and District Deaf Children’s Society


    The Peterborough and District Deaf Children’s Society is dedicated to the community of deaf children and their caregivers. Parents and teachers can find many valuable articles about helping their deaf children and resources for assistance.

    To Begin With: One Mother’s Diary: Third Time Lucky

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  • STAGETEXT


    STAGETEXT is a publically funded registered charity which offers captioning and speech-to-text amenities to theatres and other art venues. The group was found by people who have different types of deafness and the willpower to increase access to the performing arts for all deaf, deafened, and hard of hearing people.

    To Begin With: What is Captioning?

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  • National Cued Speech Association


    National Cued Speech Association supports communication and language development in the individuals and for families. Content on this site points readers towards helpful resources for development.

    To Begin With: Articles & Viewpoints

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  • Deaf Village


    Deaf Village offers content that echoes an essence of inclusion, teamwork and partnership amongst the diverse members. Posts offer perspective, insight, and information about topics in the hearing impaired community.

    To Begin With: Resources

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  • Deaf.com


    Deaf.com strives to be a gateway to the online deaf community. This site provides links to relevant news, cultural news, and ways for the deaf community to connect

    To Begin With: Main Page

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  • The Signers Republic


    The Signers Republic is a British sign language blog which examines the life of a young deaf boy named Irial. Posts on this site give a personal look at what it is like growing up with hearing loss and offers advice to the deaf community.

    To Begin With: 75 Signs, Thank You

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  • Sign 2 Music


    Sign 2 Music is a Northern Ireland-based company committed to supporting families, childcare, and educational professionals. Posts explain how to use signs to enhance communication, bonding, and development.

    To Begin With: Signing Stories

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  • Discovering Deaf Worlds


    Discovering Deaf Worlds is a site dedicated to the education, employment, and empowerment of the deaf community. Content on this site offers resources for the betterment of people who are hearing impaired.

    To Begin With: Organizational Development

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  • The Limping Chicken


    The Limping Chicken is a website for U.K.’s independent deaf news and views. This site offers insights and alternative perspectives on issues which impact the deaf community.

    To Begin With: 10 Things You Should Never Say to a Deaf Person

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  • deafauntie


    The site deafauntie is a blog that covers all issues which people in the deaf community have to deal with. Posts on this site are meant to be informative and helpful for the hearing impaired.

    To Begin With: I Loathe Facebook

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  • Hearing Care Blog


    The Hearing Care Blog offers expert advice for the hearing impaired community. Content on this site addresses the causes of hearing loss, how to improve hearing, and options for seeking outside help.

    To Begin With: Improve Your Hearing This Year

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  • Hearing Times


    Hearing Times offers current news and information for deaf and hard of hearing people. This site is updated daily and is essentially an online newspaper which concentrates on issues that impact the hearing impaired.

    To Begin With: Health News

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  • World Federation of the Deaf


    The World Federation of the Deaf is an international, non-government central organization of national associations of deaf people. The organization offers resources for its current membership of associations in 130 countries worldwide.

    To Begin With: Project

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  • National Association of the Deaf


    National Association of the Deaf is the United States premier organization for deafness civil rights. Content on this site is meant to offer support, advocacy, and resources for the deaf community.

    To Begin With: Civil Rights Laws

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  • SayWhatClub


    The SayWhatClub is a hearing loss and late deafened blog. Posts on this site offer insight and commentary on current events which impact the deaf community.

    To Begin With: Acoustics, Hearing Aids, and Hearing Loss

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  • Association of Sign Language Interpreters


    ASLI, the Association of Sign Language Interpreters, is an organization which offers support to the professional interpreters in the UK. Content on this site offers people a way to connect with these professionals as well as explanations about the services they offer.

    To Begin With: The Role of an Interpreter

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  • Epidermoid Brain Tumor Society

    Epidermoid Brain Tumor Society for OSPP
    The Epidermoid Brain Tumor Society supports those stricken by the rare epidermoid brain tumor located in the skull base. With skull base surgery, patients are often left with damaged cranial nerves leading to deficits of dysphagia and deafness. EBTS is dedicated to improve the lives of people with communication and other disabilities. This site is a database of information and members posts/blogs offer perspective, insight, and information about topics for the deficits affecting the community.

    To Begin With: News

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  • American Society for Deaf Children

    American Society for Deaf Children
    American Society for Deaf Children (ASDC) believes deaf or hard-of-hearing children are entitled to full communication access in their home, school, and community. ASDC also believes that language development, respect for the Deaf, and access to deaf and hard-of-hearing role models are important to assure optimal intellectual, social, and emotional development.

    To Begin With: Learning ASL

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Tools, Technology & Research

The advent of smartphones has led to a renaissance of technologies accessible to those with hearing loss. Video chat and instant messaging and other visual modes of communication enabled by high speed mobile Internet connections allow a host of new options, and other technologies like increasingly tiny and advanced hearing aids and even cochlear implants are making it easier than ever to learn to speak, and even learn to hear. This affects the speech therapy community nearly as much as it does the deaf community, and any speech therapist should stay on top of the new technologies that could revolutionize their career.

  • CCAC Blog


    The CCAC Blog is an advocacy blog for closed captioning on a universal level. Posts on this site explain the importance of captioning and how the group is making changes.

    To Begin With: Captioning Inclusion in Action

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  • RIT’ s National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID)


    The NTID is of RIT’s nine colleges and it has a plethora of free resources as well as educational materials in the form of apps, websites, DVDs, brochures, and books.

    To Begin With: Educational Materials

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  • Catherine’s CI Journey


    Catherine’s CI Journey is a blog about a deaf woman’s journey with the use of technology for the hearing impaired. Posts contain videos and explanations about this woman’s experience with modern devices to assist the deaf.

    To Begin With: The Surprise.

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  • Hearing Aid Know


    Hearing Aid Know is a site that offers advice on hearing care, earwax removal, and hearing aids. Posts on this site highlight the technology of hearing aid devices and explains the many different options for hearing aids.

    To Begin With: Blog

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  • American Sign Language Linguistic Research Project


    The American Sign Language Linguistic Research Project is a site dedicated to the research and development of devices for the hearing impaired. Site users will discover interesting information about the development of hearing assistance technology.

    To Begin With: Sign Stream

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  • Sign Language Linguistics Laboratory


    Sign Language Linguistics Laboratory is a site run by a professor who studies sign language uses in all parts of the world. Content on this site covers the people involved, projects, and publications on this research.

    To Begin With: Projects

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  • DeafTechNews


    DeafTechNews is a YouTube channel that offers reviews and perspective on technology and devices. Posts contain consumer reviews as well as additional information about how a deaf person can get more use out of programs and gadgets.

    To Begin With: Playlists

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  • Hearing Health Foundation


    The Hearing Health Foundation is a group dedicated to the prevention of hearing loss, research, cures. Content on this site is all about the group’s latest projects and discoveries.

    To Begin With: Safe & Sounds Program

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  • Center for Accessible Technology in Sign


    The Center for Accessible Technology in Sign is a collaborative project between the Atlanta Area School for the Deaf & the Georgia Institute of Technology. This site offers information and resources about visual learning for the hearing impaired.

    To Begin With: Signing Made Easy

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  • ASL-STEM Forum


    ASL-STEM Forum offers resources for helping integration of ASL into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Content on this site is dedicated to topics in the STEM fields.

    To Begin With: General STEM Terminology

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  • JOURNEY TO SOUND


    JOURNEY TO SOUND is about the author’s journey to bilateral bionic hearing. Posts chronicle her journey through deafness to life with the technology to help her hear again.

    To Begin With: My Journey

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  • Sophia’s Grace


    Sophia’s Grace is a story about a little girl who is living with hearing loss. Topics give an inspirational look at the journey of a child who has a hearing impairment.

    To Begin With: An Amazing Year

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  • Cacophony to Symphony


    Cacophony to Symphony is about the life of a teenage girl who grew up with hearing loss and is now using a cochlear implant. Content is about this girl’s journey growing up with a hearing impairment and tackling personal and educational issues.

    To Begin With: College Guide

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  • Ask Arlene


    Ask Arlene is about hearing loss, cochlear implants, and more issues in the deaf community. Posts on this site offer an experienced and personal perspective on deafness and the technology to repair hearing loss.

    To Begin With: Insider’s Guide to Bilateral Cochlear Implants

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Deaf and Hearing Impaired Bloggers

Though it may be easy to feel isolated as someone who can’t hear among peers who can, many people with hearing loss have faced their isolation head on by blogging about what it is like to live with hearing loss in a world where hearing and speaking are taken for granted by almost everyone.

  • 4 Ears, 4 Eyes, Misadventures in Deafness


    4 Ears, 4 Eyes, Misadventures in Deafness is about the personal life of this deaf blogger. The site features musings from the author’s life, topics on deafness, and guest posts from other hearing impaired bloggers.

    To Begin With: Shades of Deafness

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  • Hearing Elmo


    Hearing Elmo is a blog written by a woman who first heard the sound of an Elmo doll after receiving a cochlear implant. This blog is about the author’s experiences with hearing loss and life as a deaf person.

    To Begin With: Confrontation and Hearing Loss

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  • Definitely Deaf!


    Definitely Deaf! Chronicles life as mother that can hear who is raising a deaf child who has charge syndrome. Posts give a candid view inside the world of a caretaker of a child with exceptional challenges.

    To Begin With: Painting Pictures

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  • Hearing Sparks


    Hearing Sparks is a site about deafness, science, and other general topics. Content on this site features musings from the author’s personal life, commentary on issues to do with being hearing impaired and other resources.

    To Begin With: Loud Commercials Are Now Banned

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  • The Ear of My Heart


    The Ear of My Heart is about listening to people with an open heart and complete attention. This blog is about the writer’s perspective on how to give people the attention they deserve when communicating with them.

    To Begin With: Paying it Forward

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  • I look so I can hear…


    I look so I can hear…is about hearing loss and living in the U.K. with impairment. Content on this site covers topics such as deafness itself and medical interventions.

    To Begin With: Two Phones Tina

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  • Deafness and Life Adventures


    Deafness and Life Adventures is a blog written by a student who is post-lingual deaf and uses a cochlear implant. Posts on this site cover the struggles of everyday communication and misconceptions about deafness.

    To Begin With: Calling Bank Through Video Relay

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  • Eh? What? Huh?


    This site is owned by a teacher who has lifelong bilateral hearing loss. This person’s blog is principally about the job of an itinerant teacher of deaf and hard of hearing students, deaf and hard of hearing issues, and life with a hearing loss.

    To Begin With: Hearing Aid Museum

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  • Deafinitely Girly


    Deafinitely Girly is about the life of a city girl who has hearing loss. Posts on this site cover the struggles of living in a big city while living with deafness.

    To Begin With: My Deaf Fire Alarm

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Miscellaneous

From online health instructionals in ASL to religious bloggers who discuss deafness from a faith-based perspective, the Internet contains a wealth of resources for deaf people and their friends, family, and colleagues (and yes, even their speech therapists).

  • DeafMD


    DeafMD is a site which offers health education in American Sign Language. This site offers visual instructions and resources which relate to healthcare and health related issues.

    To Begin With: Understanding Tests

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  • Beginnings


    Beginnings is a site dedicated to parents of children who are deaf or who have children who are hard of hearing. Site content and resources provide solutions for the many diverse needs of children and families struggling with hearing loss.

    To Begin With: Communication Decisions

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  • American School for the Deaf


    The American School for the Deaf is a school which was founded in the 1800s that provides exclusive education tailored to the hearing impaired. This site is about the type of learning the school offers and additional resources for the deaf community.

    To Begin With: About Outreach

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  • Deaf Parents, Deaf Children


    Deaf Parents, Deaf Children is a UK-based group of deaf parents and parents of deaf children. Content on this site is meant to be positive and inspirational for individuals and families of the hearing impaired.

    To Begin With: Vision & Mission

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  • The Deaf Watchman


    The Deaf Watchman is a site for and about visual Christian ministry. This site offers information about the ministry as well as spiritual topics.

    To Begin With: What Last Year Taught Me?

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