Working with Hearing Impaired Students who use Radio Aids

Published: Sunday 22 June 2014

A resource for parents and academics which explains clearly about different assistive technology systems such as induction loop, radio aids and the infrared system.

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2 Responses to “Working with Hearing Impaired Students who use Radio Aids”

  1. anal sikiş says:

    Thanks for sharing such a nice thought, post is fastidious, thats why i have read it completely

  2. Dale Marcell says:

    I’m deaf and live in Vancouver BC Canada. Most HoH / deaf people in my area just text to communicate. Older people use ASL and text but most of the younger kids just Text, even when the person they are talking to is sitting right next to them. So is that a common practice situation in your are. Thanks Marcell

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