The i Pad or i Pod has apps that can read printed materials to the student.
ADDitude does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
This information is provided as a list of accommodations and classroom modifications for the IEP or 504 Plan team to consider as they discuss what is needed to provide maximal access to the general curriculum and meet the learning needs of the student with hearing loss. Students will vary in terms which of these items are necessary and appropriate to support school progress commensurate with the student’s abilities.
Educational settings vary in the extent to which they provide accommodations and modifications to students with hearing loss.
Children learn about feelings of belonging, acceptance, and rejection at an early age.
Childhood presents many challenges for special needs children, especially on the playground.
In today's society, children need to adapt to circumstances that may pose potential problems for them.