Info for Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing children are special, in
my humble opinion. Those of us with normal hearing children know
how kids test us, how difficult they can be at times, how they
seem to communicate in mysterious ways their wants and desires.
Imagine how it'd be if you had to learn a new language just to
speak to your kids...how much more they'd depend on you to help
them understand this complicated world of ours.
Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing kids must continually
make an extra effort to reach their children, to be patient with
them, to make the difficult decisions about how best to educate
and raise them.
So, with deep appreciation for you parents of Deaf and Hard
of Hearing children, this page is for you. Hopefully, you'll find
some interesting links here to help you in your task. If you
should find some interesting info or links you think should be
included here, please contact .
For those of you who are not parents of Deaf or Hard of
Hearing children, take time to browse some of these sites to get
an understanding of the issues involved...
Info About Deaf and Hard of Hearing Kids
Causes of Deafness and Hearing Loss
Daycare for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children in Washington State
- Jenny Bell in West Seattle has a daycare.
- Tiny Talking Hands Montessori Preschool with AM/PM and Evening Child Care - Seattle, WA. 10:00 AM - 9:30 PM. Beginning in October, 2004, a family child care center serving infants to children six years of age opened in the Ballard area of North Seattle. The address is 8350 14thAve. NW Seattle WA. 9117. The name of the School is Tiny Talking Hands. The center provides a rich learning environment for young children and includes a preschool program for children 2 ½ to 6 years of age. The program offers a signing environment for hearing and deaf/hard of hearing children. All children will learn sign if they have not already been exposed to it and be encourage to use sign for communication purposes. The Director and teacher, Yvonne Waldbillig-Lutz is a certified teacher of the Deaf and works in the Highline School District in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing program in the mornings. Yvonne is also a certified Montessori Teacher with thirty years of teaching experience in the field of education. The hours of the preschool program are from 12:15 to 3:15 Monday through Friday. The hours of operation for child care are from 10:00 AM to 9:30 PM. If you have any questions or would like a tour of the school, please contact Yvonne at (206) 784-0511or email email@example.com
- Jovan, a 4th year ASL student at Kitsap High School, is looking for work as a nanny. Contact Jovan at 360-871-3777 or via email at Zebraphreak@aol.com.
- If you know of others that are doing daycare like this in other areas, send email to
and I'll post it here.
- Aspen Camp School for the Deaf - in Aspen, CO
Rice Ranch Deaf Camps - Christian camps in Tennessee, Maine, and Arizona
- Camp Sign-a-Watha
- dated info about 1997 camp
Taloali - an Oregon camp for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Up Deaf in the '70s: Summer Camp
- Lions Camp Merrick - located on 320 acres in Southern Maryland, on the shores of the Potomac River about 40 miles south of Washington, DC.
- Sertoma Deaf Camp - in the beautiful Sauratown Mountains of North Carolina
- United Methodist Deaf Camp for 3rd through 12th grades - Aldersgate Camp and Retreat Center in Irvine, KY,
Leadership Camp - National Association of the Deaf (NAD)
- at Camp Taloali
in Stayton, Oregon
- Deaf Kid's Kamp - If you are deaf, between the ages of 6 and 17, and are looking for a week of summer fun and adventure, you are welcome to join us!
- Christian Camp for the Deaf - in Guntersville, AL. For Deaf and hard of hearing, age 9 through high school, as well as for hearing who understand and use sign.
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