Introducing...Back to School During the Coronavirus: A Guide for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing and their Teams Beginnings SC  • 9/18/2020Learn tips to share with teams. Help prepare your child for school. Share with colleagues. Knowledge is power!(Stay tuned for a version in ASL.)  https://beginningssc.org/library/uploads/2020/08/Back-To-School-A-Guide-for-DHH-StudentsFINAL.pdf  Beginnings SC is here for any questions or concerns you…

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Welcome to the third round of the Summer IEP for PARENTS-- Games, Activities and Sports! Hope everyone is feeling good about doing some fun activities and using lots of language! This week is more of the same-Games, Activities, and Sports. Regardless of the hot SC sun, summer is still a perfect time for fun. Family activities,…

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Early Intervention is a family-centered program for children, ages birth through 5, who are deaf, blind, or sensory multi-disabled. Together with parents, we strive to help each child reach maximum pre-school potential and to be ready for elementary school. The Early Intervention Program is provided in a natural environment such as the child’s home, daycare,…

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Carter Hears! is an educational consulting group that focuses on children with hearing loss by supporting families & professionals with customized service.

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Another crucial piece of #self-advocacy is for a child to be able to understand his or her hearing loss and explain it to another person. Imagine the confidence she will have when she, not her mom, says “These are hearing aids. I am hard of hearing and these help me hear you so we can…

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Hi, there! Happy last Sunday of 2018, and last #SelfAdvocacySunday post of the year, too. This post not only helps with self-advocacy, it also helps with getting back into the routine of school.  A tool that is immensely beneficial at home and at school is a visual schedule. A visual schedule is great for all…

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