One of life's most memorable experiences occurs when a student leaves home to begin his/her freshman year of college. Read how three college/graduate students with hearing loss researched, chose, and transitioned to a college or university.
Parents and Families Blogs
In "Cochlear Kids," Val Blakely blogs about being a parent of two children with hearing loss. Read her newest blog about her children heading back
Why Is Your Educational Audiologist Important?
A school district educational audiologist is an excellent resource for students and families from the time of identification to high school graduation.
CART is specifically recognized as an assistive technology under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and is used to provide communications access for individuals with hearing loss in schools, on the job, at conferences and in other settings. National and local resources are available.
Honors of the Association
John Stanton, Esq., received the 2014 Honors of the Association Award, which is given to individuals who have demonstrated dedication to, and sustained efforts toward, the mission of AG Bell.