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This area provides a comprehensive list of books that we feel are of interest to the TelAbility community. Use the search interface below to search by keyword or category for books related to your area of interest. If you find books that interest you click on [buy me] for online ordering. We are constantly reviewing and adding new books so please check back often.

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A Button in Her Ear (Concept Book), Ada B. Litchfield Illustrations by Eleanor Mill

Approximately 7% of school children some degree of hearing loss. Story reinforces a child's healthy attitude toward use of a hearing aid. For children in similar circumstances this story has special meaning and sets the stage for new understanding. [Buy Me]
Book CoverChoices in Deafness: A Parent's Guide to Communication options, Sue Schwartz, Ph.D. (Editor)

A useful aid in choosing the appropriate communication option for a child with a hearing loss. Experts present the following communication options: Auditory-Verbal Approach, Bilingual-Bicultural Approach, Cued Speech, Oral Approach, and Total Communication. This new edition explains medical causes of hearing loss, the diagnostic process, audiological assessment, and cochlear implants. Children and parents also offer their personal experiences. [Buy Me]
Hearing Impaired Infants: Support in the First Eighteen Months, Jacqueline Stokes (Editor)

Among the issues addresed in this volume, you will find: overview of hearing loss in early childhood; details on the latest technology available in hearing aids, including cochlear implants; practical, current information on school options and placements. [Buy Me]
I'm Deaf and It's Okay (A Concept Book), Lorraine Aseltine Photographs by Evelyn Mueller

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The Out of Sync Child, Carol Stock Kranowitz

A popular book about sensory integration therapy and its ability to help children with sensory processing challenges. [Buy Me]
The Words They Need: Welcoming Children Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing to Literacy, Jessica Stelling

An in depth examination of the relationship between acquisition of vocabulary, grammar, and reading within the needs of the child who has hearing impairments. [Buy Me]
The Young Deaf or Hard of Hearing Child, Barbara Bodner-Johnson & Marilyn Sas-Lehrer

This book addresses the complex issues of early intervention and education for young dear and hard of hearing children and their families. [Buy Me]
Book CoverYou and Your Deaf Child : A Self-Help Guide for Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children, John W. Adams

A self-help guide for parents of deaf and hard-of-hearing children. A resource book that parents can use when dealing with feelings about hearing loss and the implications it may have on family life. Includes reference materials covering language systems, family communications behavior and educational placement, plus more. [Buy Me]


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