Children's Books - Hearing Loss
Sophie is a little dog with big tales to tell! She loves telling her stories and thinking up fun ways to spread awareness about hearing loss. Check out all of Sophie's great resources and don't forget to share them with the children with hearing loss you know!
Having Hearing Aids
HearBear Discovers a world of Sound
David R. Sawyer
Otto Hears All About It
Moses Goes To The Circus
Don’t hide your hearing aids.
Hayleigh Scott is an 12-year-old student who is hearing impaired. She didn’t want to hide her hearing aids. She wasn’t ashamed of them. She was determined to make her over-the-ear hearing aids beautiful! So she began designing hearing aid charms. Soon her classmates at a school for the hearing impaired (both girls and boys!) – and their parents – were begging Hayleigh to make hearing aid charms for them too! Now she can’t make enough. ila/SOUNDBYTES is proud to be the exclusive distributor of over-the-ear hearing aid charms by Hayleigh Scott, a remarkable young lady.
The Story Of Helen Keller by Lorena A. Hickok
Deaf Child Crossing by Marlee Matlin
Nobody's Pefect by Marlee Matlin and DougCooney
Leading Ladies by Marlee Matlin and DougCooney
The Orange Houses by Paul Griffin
The Ocean inside: Youth Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing by Autumn Libal, Laurie Glader
Bard College at Simon's Rock
National Technical Institute for the Deaf and Rochester Institute of Technology
Scholarships Sponsored by Chapters
local HLAA chapters offer scholarship opportunities for high school seniors.
Reflections from a Different Journey: What Adults with Disabilities Wish All Parents Knew by Stanley Klein and John Kemp
Alone In The Mainstream - A Deaf Woman Remembers Public School by Gina A. Oliva
Deaf Like Me by Thomas S. Spradley and James P. Spradley
Listen With The Heart - Relationships and Hearing Loss by Michael A. Harvey
Emotional Intelligence - Why It Can Matter More Than IQ by Daniel Goleman
Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family by Lou Ann Walker
A Practical Guide to Quality Interaction with Children Who Have a Hearing Loss by Morag Clark