Loss Training Materials
is Power Being
able to advocate for yourself requires an awareness of not only what
techniques and accommodations work for you and what doesn't work,
but also why. By Cheryl D. Davis.
- Automatic Speech Recognition
and Access: 20 years, 20 months, or tomorrow? By Cheryl D. Davis.
- Are You Hearing
Challenged? Thinking about getting a hearing evaluation? Not sure
how to proceed? Read this informative article and take the next step!
By Penny Allen.
- One Student's Story...Or
is it? Many individuals
who are hard of hearing are unaccustomed to asking for help and are
not be aware of the kinds of services that may be available to them.
- Internet Resources Related to Hearing
Loss Interested in quickly finding information on hearing loss related
issues? Check out WROCC's webpage on Internet Resources Related to
Hearing Loss. You'll find links to information on cochlear implants,
sign language, consumer groups,ADA, cued speech, Deaf culture, assistive technology,
and e-mail discussion lists. This website is updated regularly...keep
an eye on it for new links.
- Defining Communication Access for Individuals
who are Hard of Hearing (PPT) Service providers often question whether a student
who is hard of hearing (as opposed to Deaf) would qualify for services
in postsecondary settings. Specifically, many hard-of-hearing individuals
request print accommodations and service providers are often at a
loss as to how to evaluate if this is an appropriate accommodation
for the individual. The goal of this module is to help service providers
develop an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of various
accommodations in the range of learning environments to help them
better understand when print accommodations are appropriate.
By Cheryl D. Davis.
WROCC at WOU
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