A diverse group of teens, adults, and older children who are deaf, and communicate using listening and spoken language — not sign language — speak out about the misrepresentation of deafness in the media, and the importance of language choice for families.
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Volta Voices is an award-winning quarterly print and online magazine covering a variety of topics, including hearing aids and cochlear implants, early intervention and education, professional guidance, legislative updates and perspectives from individuals from across the United States and around the world. Volta Voices welcomes submissions from both AG Bell members and non-members. – See more at: […]
BCSS SHIP PROGRAM Celebrating Better Hearing and Speech Month The month of May marks a very meaningful and busy time for students in the Secondary Hearing Impaired Program (SHIP program) here at Midland Park High School. It is Better Hearing and Speech Month and the 8th graders have been working on ways to raise […]