Book - Parent
"This detailed guide to the choices and decisions faced by parents and educators analyzes many important influences on a child's successful rearing; from the early identification of hearing loss and such detection's long-term effect on a parent's ability to communicate with a child (which can begin as early as before a newborn leaves the hospital) to Deaf culture and technological aids, this covers a range of important topics."
-Midwest Book Review
School Age (6-12)
1998 Oxford University Press;
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WalMart Books - Online Book Catalogue for Walmart (a large discounted store with locations just about everywhere) with very discounted prices.
Barnes and Noble Bookstore - Large Chain bookstore with online catalogues and locations in most major cities
Enoch Pratt Free Public Library - Online Cataloge for Enoch Pratt Free Public Library, serving Baltimore City and County (all branches)
Anne Arundel County Public Library - Anne Arundel County Public library system including all branch locations
The International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet (ICDRI) - Founded in 1998, The International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet (ICDRI) is a non-profit center based in the United States and designated as a 501 (c)(3) entity.
Our overarching vision is the equalization of opportunities for persons with disabilities. As an internationally recognized public policy center organized by and for people with disabilities, ICDRI seeks to increase opportunities for people with disabilities by identifying barriers to participation in society and promoting best practices and universal design for the global community.
ICDRI's mission includes the collection of a knowledge base of quality disability resources and best practices and to provide education, outreach and training based on these core resources. ICDRI makes this information available in an accessible format through our web site at http://www.icdri.org.
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