Through my writing, research and teaching, I seek to deepen the conversation about hearing loss and the impact that it has on children, families, and learning.
Advocacy for the hard of hearing child should come from an openness to educate those who don’t understand.
Winter has not quite hit in the part of the Northeast where I live, yet, so I am a little slow in getting into the outdoor spirit. Having grown up in the Canadian Rockies I am used to winter hitting hard and early. This past weekend we were up in the Adirondacks where winter has already hit and there was lots of snow to play in. I love winter – it brings an abundance of outdoor activities that families can participate in together – from building a snow fort in the backyard, to skiing down the … [Read More...]