The CARE Project: Support to Families of Young Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

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The CARE Project recognizes that life’s journey is full of challenges. Along with such hurdles, different emotions are experienced. A child with hearing loss needs to rely on a strong support system within the family and community, including the professionals with whom they work.
The CARE Project introduces participants to the emotional journey associated with having a child with hearing loss and allows them to learn from and analyze family perspectives presented through documentary film viewing. This process will require active listening on the part of the participants as each story is viewed in order to identify the different emotions discussed. There are eight diverse perspectives presented.

1. This handout is the full powerpoint slides which will be presented at the training.
2. This handout is the powerpoint slides with three slides per page which will be presented at the training.


Title of Training: The CARE Project: Support to Families of Young Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Presenter: Johnnie Sexton, AuD.
Training Date: 11/17/2015

Topic: Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Early Intervention - Infant/Toddler


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