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A program is presented by VL2 (Visual Language and Visual Learning) entitled “Growing Together: Creating Language-Rich Environments.” The program includes a series of in-depth interviews with parents of deaf and hard of hearing children, researchers, and scientists. VL2 was established as a National Science Foundation Science of Learning Center (SLC) at Gallaudet University.
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Leaving a hearing loss untreated can jeopardize one's overall health. Col. John Dillard, Mike Nolan, and Dr. Renee Horton have enjoyed a better quality of life since they've pursued hearing loss treatment. This program was produced by the Hearing Health Foundation.
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A program is presented by National Association of the Deaf (NAD) entitled “The Gift of Language.” It explores the advantages of American Sign Language (ASL) for deaf and hard of hearing children. NAD has safeguarded the rights of deaf and hard of hearing people since its inception in 1880.
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The Hearing Health Foundation stresses the need for newborn hearing screenings and early intervention in this program. 3 out of every 1,000 children in the U.S. are born with hearing loss. Fortunately, early intervention allows children with hearing loss to receive help during their first two yea...