Early Intervention Key To Improving Literacy Skills For Deaf Children

“One more story” is a common refrain in families with young children who love to read. But children who are deaf or are hard-of-hearing often miss out on this activity because their parents may not know how to use American Sign Language (ASL) when they read to them. Early findings from a Ryerson study show deaf and hard-of-hearing children may benefit greatly when parents read to them using ASL.

from Medical News Today.com


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Posted on May 26, 2011, in News. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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