LINKS AND RESOURCES
Parenting And Discipline
Here are a few helpful resources, including books, web sites, and
organizations, that are available to Deaf and Hard of Hearing people,
their families, and others who work with the D/HOH population.
Adams, John (1988). You and Your Hearing Impaired Child: A Self
Instructional Guide for Parents. Washington, D.C., Clerc Books,
Gallaudet University Press.
Candlish, Patricia Ann Morgan. (1996) Not Deaf Enough: Raising Your
Child Who is Hard of Hearing with Hugs and Humor. Alexander Graham Bell
Chapman-Weston, Denise and Medwid, Daria (1995) Kid-Friendly Parenting
with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. Washington, D.C., Gallaudet
Crary, Elizabeth (1984) Kids Can Cooperate. Parenting Press: Seattle.
Dinkmeyer, Don and McKay, Gary (1997) The Parent's Handbook: Systematic
Training for Effective Parenting. Minnesota: American Guidance Service,
Freed, Alvin and Freed, Margaret (1983) TA for Tots. Rolling Hills
Estates: Jalmar Press.
Kurchinka, Mary Sheedy (1998) Raising Your Spirited Child. New York:
Marschak, Marc (1997) Raising and Educating a Deaf Child. New York:
Oxford University Press.
National Deaf Education Network and Clearinghouse. (1991). Growing
Together: Information for Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children.
Washington, DC: Gallaudet University.
Schwartz, S. (Ed.). (1996). Choices in Deafness: A Parent's Guide. (2nd
Ed.). Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House.
Turecki, Stanley (2000) The Difficult Child. New York : Bantam Books,
Whitham, Cynthia (1994) The Answer is No Los Angeles : Perspective
National Association for the Deaf, (2002). Legal Rights: The Guide for
Deaf and Hard of Hearing People (5th ed.). Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet
Tucker, B. P. (1997). I.D.E.A. Advocacy for Children who are Deaf or
Hard of Hearing: A Question and Answer Book for Professionals and
Parents. San Diego, CA: Singular Publishing Group
Pierangelo, R. (2004) The Special Educator’s Survival Guide.( 2nd ed).
John Wiley & Sons: San Francisco, Ca.
Deafness And Hearing Impairment
Farley, Cynthia (2002) Bridge to Sound with a “Bionic Ear” Minnesota:
Jacobs, L. (1989). A Deaf Adult Speaks Out. Washington, DC: Gallaudet
Matlin, M. (2002) Deaf Child Crossing. New York: Simon and Schuster.
Saks, Oliver (1989) Seeing Voices: A Journey into the World of the Deaf.
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
Suss, E. (1993) When the Hearing gets Hard.
Whitestone, H. (1997). Listening with My Heart. New York, NY: Doubleday
and Company.This autobiography traces Heather Whitestone's life and her
reign as Miss America.
Websites And Telephone Information
711 – is a relay service from your landline or cell phone to call a deaf
or hard of hearing person.
i711.com – this is a great relay service
that you can utilize through the internet to call both hearing and
non-hearing impaired persons.
Sorenson Video Relay Service-www.sorenson.com; 1-866-FAST-VRS
(1-866-327-8877). Hearing customers can also place video relay calls to
any deaf or hard-of-hearing person by simply dialing their DirectVP
number or a general toll free number with a standard telephone.
American Society for Deaf Children
3820 Hartzdale Drive,
Camp Hill, PA 17011
(800) 942-ASDC V/TTY (Parent Hotline)
(717) 703-0073 V/TTY
National Association of the Deaf Law Center
814 Thayer Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20910-4500
(301) 587-7730 V/TTY
(301) 587-0234 Fax
National Deaf Education Network and Clearinghouse
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington DC 20002-3695
(202) 651-5051 V
(202) 651-5052 TTY
(202) 651-5054 Fax
For specific resources in your state, go to www.clercenter.gallaudet.edu