Goals and Accommodations
Accommodations Article from Success for Kids with Hearing Loss
DHH Florida Standards and Selected Others - Printable Format
Tips for teaching a child with cochlear implants - Advanced Bionics
Tips for teachers of students with cochlear implants - Med El
Sample Goals - Phonak
Free Professional Education Course on writing IEP goals for children with hearing loss learning to listen and speak.
Accommodations Break Down
Below are videos and resources related to some common accommodations for children with hearing loss.
Using Assistive Hearing Technology
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