Ghana has no sign language rights in its laws. The author explains her opinion on why they should.
If a child gives the wrong answer, might the answer still make sense? A story about a girl who saw another meaning for the numeral 11.
How can parents best raise and communicate with a deaf child? And how can the community help? “Helping Children Who Are Deaf” can guide.
At a school in Togo, a deaf student can sign with her hearing classmates and teachers. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) taught them sign language.
Dr. Christina Yuknis explains what is universal design for learning. This is a short introduction in ASL with English captions.
A program helps with sign language training for parents in the Netherlands and Canada. Parents learn via video interaction and home visits.
Countries in the Asian Pacific region have set goals for improving deaf and disability rights in Asia. The Incheon Strategy explains them.
Sign language for Sam ended his isolation and his severe language deprivation. A cochlear implant alone was not enough.
Watch as parents share their experiences raising deaf children in Chile. In Spanish and Chilean Sign Language with Spanish captions.
13 Reasons to Sign to Your Hard of Hearing or Cochlear Implanted Child She thought a cochlear implant meant her son wouldn’t need to sign.
Many publications can help families, community leaders, teachers, and professionals help deaf children around the world. Deaf Child Worldwide.
A project is teaching sign language to hearing children in Gaza. As a result, deaf children can more easily integrate with their peers.
What kind of support is best for parents of deaf children? How does interacting with other parents benefit them? Position paper.
What is deafness? What causes it? How does it impact people? What can help? This fact sheet on deafness from WHO addresses these questions.
New assistive technology in Germany helps deaf and hard of hearing students in university. A mobile phone app helps them understand lectures.
This learning module teaches users about disability-inclusive education in Africa and how to improve education for children with disabilities.
The Deaf Unit in Cairo, Egypt teaches deaf primary school students. They also teache sign language to parents, families, and communities.
As a result of a project teaching sign language, some teachers and parents communicate better with deaf children in the country of Georgia.
Parents and families of deaf children can transform lives and communities. This manual explains how to help them do that, with case studies.
Many deaf children experience language deprivation. Article summarizes the situation around the world, but with an emphasis on the U.S.