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The Importance of Rich Childhood Experiences.
When families and communities collaborate in positive ways, a deaf child's capacity to achieve their learning potential is significantly enhanced.
Family-Centered Practice in Early Intervention: A Comparison.
Early interventions programs should offer a wide range of services to cater to the diverse needs of families and encourage parents to be more involved.
The Effects of Vocabulary Intervention.
Building knowledge of word meanings is essential in developing reading comprehension skills. Both broad vocabulary knowledge – the number of words that are known – and depth of vocabulary knowledge – how well the words are known – are important.
Family Camp- Queensland
Family Camp brings together deaf and hard of hearing kids, their parents and siblings. Everyone will enjoy fun planned activities and build connections with other children and parents. Please register your interest now!