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Four ‘Hero Moms’ of Deaf Children

Four ‘Hero Moms’ of Deaf Children

  Hero Moms  Do you remember that day when you first found out your child was deaf? I still remember the look in the audiologist’s eyes, the tone of his voice, the feeling of sympathy and sadness, “It’s a severe to profound hearing loss,” he said. The journey that followed was filled with visits to the medical professionals, early interventionists; an information overl ...[Read More]

Ever Thought YOU were a Bad Mother? Think Again.

Ever Thought YOU were a Bad Mother? Think Again.

How long is your To do list today? Let’s see, I need to go to the store, call the Dr., start the laundry, do the dishes, etc. etc. The list goes on and on doesn’t it?   As Mothers, we have a full time job. Many of us work and have our full time job as mothers! And it seems if we don’t perform at top notch in any of these jobs, there must be something wrong with us. Sometimes it’s really ...[Read More]

What do you do with a Power Struggle? Offer Choices!

What do you do with a Power Struggle? Offer Choices!

As Parents we ALL have times when we want our kids to do something that they don’t want to do. This happens because our kids are developing their ability to make choices and control the world around them. This is healthy and it’s something we want to encourage. What do you do with a Power Struggle? So, what then do we do when our kids want something and we want them to do something else? Part of t ...[Read More]

Lessons for Change From the Deaf President Now Protest

Lessons for Change From the Deaf President Now Protest

Have you ever wanted to make a change? Maybe you would like to improve your child’s school? Change something in the community or even the government? This month we remember one group who made a huge difference at Gallaudet. They also changed the Deaf community as a whole, forever. The Deaf President Now (DPN) protest was a huge success. It is taught in every beginning ASL course and any clas ...[Read More]