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Prayer for the Hearing Impaired By Paula Rupert - Searcy
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a small book with foundational scriptures about Prayer and the Holy Spirit
So what I am hearing Impaired By Big A
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this story is about a boy who goes through life being different among his peers cause of he being hearing Impaired, being a loner and always in a fight. Till one day he meet a girl who become his... More > best friend and showed him the way to being popular and role model to others.< Less
to hear the birds sing By Marie Younkin-Waldman
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The author's life before she regained her hearing was already exciting as a television host and published author but fraught with ups and downs. After she received a cochlear implant at the age of 63... More > she was able to start a brand new life characterized by many positive experiences. An impelling account of an inspirational woman before and after her hearing recovery.< Less
to hear the birds sing By Marie Younkin-Waldman
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The author's life before she regained her hearing was already exciting as a television host and published author but fraught with ups and downs. After she received a cochlear implant at the age of 63... More > she was able to start a brand new life characterized by many positive experiences. An impelling account of an inspirational woman before and after her hearing recovery.< Less
Natural Language, Computer-Assisted Learning and Language-Impaired Children By Robert Ward
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This is a scanned copy of a thesis successfully submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of Psychology, University of Hull, U.K. in 1987. We learn language by using it.... More > Interaction with others through language is essential for normal language development. Children with delayed or impaired language may therefore benefit from additional experience of interacting through language in structured situations. This thesis explores how computers might help provide this experience. It reports a project in which programs were developed to hold written dialogues about screen objects, and observed in use by deaf and other language-impaired children. This version is published through www.lulu.com who should be able to supply it at the best price, and from where it can also be downloaded more cheaply in electronic form.< Less
Natural Language, Computer-Assisted Learning and Language-Impaired Children By Robert Ward
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This is a scanned copy of a thesis successfully submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of Psychology, University of Hull, U.K. in 1987. We learn language by using it.... More > Interaction with others through language is essential for normal language development. Children with delayed or impaired language may therefore benefit from additional experience of interacting through language in structured situations. This thesis explores how computers might help provide this experience. It reports a project in which programs were developed to hold written dialogues about screen objects, and observed in use by deaf and other language-impaired children. This version is published through www.lulu.com who should be able to supply it at the best price, and from where it can also be downloaded more cheaply in electronic form.< Less
Clinical Topics in Hearing Aid Research By Jason A. Galster, Katherine E. Stevens
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Clinical Topics in Hearing Aid Research provides a topic-driven review of modern research in hearing aids. Readers will find this text easy to understand with clear clinical messages that are easily... More > applied to routine practice.< Less
Clinical Topics in Hearing Aid Research By Jason A. Galster, Katherine E. Stevens
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Clinical Topics in Hearing Aid Research provides a topic-driven review of modern research in hearing aids. Readers will find this text easy to understand with clear clinical messages that are easily... More > applied to routine practice.< Less
A Sorry Stick of a Man, Indeed ... And Other Short Essays on Deafness By Tom Willard
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Tom Willard has been writing about the deaf community for 25 years. This collection, selected mostly from his work as editor of the national newspapers “Silent News” and... More > “Newswaves,” offers a unique look at the issues and concerns of the American deaf community. Willard writes about advertisers who don’t caption their TV commercials, businesses that ignore their TTY phone lines for the deaf, Hollywood producers who hire hearing actors for deaf roles, hotels that disregard the Americans with Disabilities Act, relay operators who lack common sense and much more, in a book that is both entertaining and educational. At times funny, sad, thought-provoking, maddening and more, “A Sorry Stick of a Man” is perfect for students of deaf culture, sign language and interpreting and ideal for parents of deaf children, offering a rare glimpse into one of America’s most mysterious and misunderstood cultures.< Less
A Sorry Stick of a Man, Indeed ... And Other Short Essays on Deafness By Tom Willard
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Tom Willard has been writing about the deaf community for 25 years. This collection, selected mostly from his work as editor of the national newspapers “Silent News” and... More > “Newswaves,” offers a unique look at the issues and concerns of the American deaf community. Willard writes about advertisers who don’t caption their TV commercials, businesses that ignore their TTY phone lines for the deaf, Hollywood producers who hire hearing actors for deaf roles, hotels that disregard the Americans with Disabilities Act, relay operators who lack common sense and much more, in a book that is both entertaining and educational. At times funny, sad, thought-provoking, maddening and more, “A Sorry Stick of a Man” is perfect for students of deaf culture, sign language and interpreting and ideal for parents of deaf children, offering a rare glimpse into one of America’s most mysterious and misunderstood cultures.< Less