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Unlocking the Potential of Young Deaf Children: Key Insights for Practitioners

Unlocking the Potential of Young Deaf Children: Key Insights for Practitioners

In the realm of special education, professionals continually seek ways to improve their practices and better support their students. One valuable resource is the book "The Young Deaf Child" (1999) by David M. Luterman, Ellen Kurtzer-White, and Richard Seewald. This text offers a wealth of knowledge for those working with young children newly identified with hearing loss. The insights from this book can significantly enhance a practitioner's ability to provide effective, parent-centered care.

Here are some key takeaways from "The Young Deaf Child" that can be implemented to improve practice:

For practitioners looking to delve deeper into the subject, further research and continuous professional development are essential. Attending conferences, reading relevant publications, and participating in webinars can provide additional insights and keep practitioners up-to-date with the latest best practices in the field.

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

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