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The families include people who are deaf or hard of hearing, or who can hear but just want to communicate in sign language.
Two significant factors that contribute to this include: (1) hearing parents often do not know how to begin communicating with their deaf or hard of hearing child and so they avoid it or deny their child might need some other sort of communication system than what the parents are accustomed to and, (2) parents are not aware of how to make their child's world more visual or accessible and until they meet someone who is knowledgeable of such things like a Deaf Role Model or a teacher of the deaf.
Fatimah said she sometimes feels isolated from students who are not deaf or hard of hearing at school, because ``most of them don't know sign language.
Currently, the SJSU program is working with two teachers who commute up to 5 hours to one rural school which may have only one deaf or hard of hearing child.
Background and Context People who are deaf or hard of hearing represent diverse populations with frequently disparate rehabilitation needs.
There are more than 875,000 estimated people who are deaf or hard of hearing in the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area," said Chuck Scarpaci, Director of LiNKS, "who need equal access to communications from every-day circumstances such as health-care appointments to classroom instruction.
Specialization in Hearing Loss Rehabilitation specialists who work with people who are deaf or hard of hearing were among the earliest specialists to emerge.
Building on a successful, long-term relationship, Sprint (NYSE:S) will continue to provide assistive communications services to individuals within Texas who are deaf or hard of hearing or have a speech disability.