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Homeschooling a Deaf Child

Children who are hard of hearing or deaf can thrive being homeschooled. Site also supports deaf parents of hearing children.

Hard of hearing or deaf children can thrive being homeschooled.

Help with Homeschooling a Deaf Child. Also supporting deaf parents of hearing children.

Support Groups

Another Path
A comprehensive guide to homeschooling for parents who are considering homeschooling, or who have decided to homeschool, a deaf or hard of hearing child.

Deaf Homeschool Network
Email link to a nationwide group designed for supporting and networking families who homeschool their deaf or hard-of-hearing children. Contact Marilyn Agenbroad, 116 Jerome, Silverton, OR 97381, for more information

Deaf Moms Homeschooling
8225 Hwy. 41
Paso Robles, CA 93446

Online Support

Deaf/HOH Christian Homeschool
A group of Christian Homeschool of deaf or hard of hearing parents share their teaching tips, ideas, views based on biblical principles.

Homeschool Language-Impaired forum
Open to people who have an interest in educating language-impaired or learning-disabled children.

Parentdeaf-HH@Listserve.Kent.Edu
How to join and post to this listserve, as well as archives dating back to 2000.

Resources

ASL Access Video Collections
Christine Wixtrom is a homeschool parent who runs a fully volunteer non-profit organization with a mission for placement of ASL videos in public libraries. She has overseen the placement of fourteen ASL Access Video Collections, nationwide. Ten are open, and four more will come, soon. Perhaps you could help, too.

Cued Speech
Community resources for those using the cued speech materials.

Described and Captioned Media Program
We are a free-lending library of open-captioned videos. We are funded by the U.S. Department of Education and administered by the National Association of the Deaf. Currently, we have around 4,000 captioned videos in our collection and are adding more each year.

National Cued Speech Association
Cued Speech is a sound-based visual communication system which, in English, uses eight handshapes in four different locations (“cues”) in combination with the natural mouth movements of speech, to make all the sounds of spoken language look different.


Sign Language

Deaf Son and Dad Signing At Dinner
An excellent example of the natural language learning and communication that goes on with signing deaf children. Thanks to ASL used in our home, our son (who we brought home just 5 months ago when he had zero language) is already able to visit with him about our trip to China and he understands basic concepts of our answer.

SignBankSite
Sign writing allows you to read and write in sign language, to learn it and do research. It allows stories and plays to be written in sign language specifically.

More free Sign Language Sites for Kids


Teaching

Options in Deaf Education
An impressive number of parents that have deaf children have decided to either homeschool full-time, or homeschool part-time as a supplement to regular education. (Use your browser’s Find command to locate information almost at the bottom of this web page about homeschooling deaf children.)

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center Information and Resources
Resources related to the development and education of deaf and hard of hearing children.

Curriculum Vendors for Visual Learners

Butte Publications
Packed with resources for the deaf and hard of hearing. Materials for parents, young children and teens.


Signing Time
Alex (who can hear) and Leah, (who is Deaf) extend an invitation to infants and children: “Come sign with us”! They introduce tot-friendly American Sign Language (ASL) signs in a playful way-with real children of varying ages proudly showing their signs.

SigningOnline
We offer web-based courses, designed to effectively teach you American Sign Language at your own pace from anywhere in the world. If A to Z Home’s Cool visitors enter the following promotion code when enrolling in our ASL101 course, you will receive $5 off: HOMESCHOOLING

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