Listening and Spoken Language Resources

Advanced Bionics (Cochlear Implant company)

  • Tools for Schools
    Resources for parents and teachers related to the child with hearing loss in school setting.

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Parent Advocacy Training Course, Ages and Stages of Language Development
Family support resources, Financial support, Glossary of Terms

Cochlear (Cochlear Implant company)

Hearing First

  • Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) Resources for parents and professionals

Jim Trelease website
How and why to read aloud to ALL children

Med – El (Cochlear Implant company)

Integrated Preschool Classroom

Room 3 – Click HERE to enter – Come back soon!

ASL Resources

“ASL Nook” – – everyday basic signs on videos. This is a wonderful opportunity for the families and their children to sit and watch and learn at the same time.

There are some of the free online classes for ASL:


Commonly Asked Questions about ASL and English Literacy click “ASL lessons” with videos good for deaf children and families

Valuable and Trustworthy Resources for Families with Deaf Children – American Society for Deaf Children – A national, independent non-profit organization whose purpose is providing support,encouragement, and information to families raising children who are deaf.

VL2 :: Home – Gallaudet University

Research Briefs
The VL2 center publishes research briefs as a resource for families and professionals.
Rising Stars. Here we feature the successes of our students
Visual Communication and Sign Language Checklist.
Research Briefs in English
Brain and Language Laboratory … for Neuroimaging (BL2)
ASL/English Bilingual Education

National Association of the Deaf – NAD is a non-profit organization designed to empower
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals.

Additional Resources

2016 is an exciting year for education as most public and private not-for-profit colleges and universities in New York are incorporating online degree programs. Knowing that students and families are faced with trying to figure out the best educational route to take, has refocused their site and its resources to provide an investigative review of the online education landscape and critically evaluate the best program available, from quality to affordability. Most importantly, they have provided scholarship information that students can leverage to help finance their education.

You can see the entire guide along with some of its features here:


Guide for Deaf & Hearing Impaired College Student

Hearing Impaired Students