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Unlocking Potential: Enhancing Skills with Insights from 'The Young Deaf Child' (1999)

Unlocking Potential: Enhancing Skills with Insights from \'The Young Deaf Child\' (1999)

As a Special Education Director, it's imperative to stay abreast of the latest research and best practices to provide the highest quality of education and support to our students. One particularly insightful resource is the book "The Young Deaf Child" (1999) by David M. Luterman, Ellen Kurtzer-White, and Richard Seewald. This comprehensive guide offers valuable perspectives and strategies for practitioners working with young children who have been newly identified with hearing loss.

The book is structured into six key chapters: Methodology, Early Detection, Programs, Early Intervention, Assistive Hearing Technologies, and Counselling. Each chapter provides a blend of professional experiences and literature reviews, making it a compelling read for educators and therapists alike.

Here are some actionable insights from "The Young Deaf Child" that can help practitioners enhance their skills and improve outcomes for their students:

By implementing these strategies, practitioners can better support young deaf children and their families, leading to improved educational and developmental outcomes.

To read the original research paper, please follow this link: The Young Deaf Child (1999)

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