What to Do When Your Baby Fails the Newborn Hearing Screening

Articles by Joey Lynn Resciniti
Tips Guiding Your Child's Speech Development, Source: Volta Voices, November/December 2009
The Great Self Advocacy Wave, Source: Odyssey 2013

Blogs by adults with hearing loss
Becoming Something More*
Eh? What? Huh?
Growing Up Hard of Hearing in a Hearing World
Hearing Elmo
Kokonut Pundit
Life inside these hearing aids
Once Upon a Miracle
Speak Up Librarian
To Live Quietly
You Hear That?*

*These two blogs are by the same author.

Blogs by parents of children with hearing loss
A Baker's Dozen and Apollo XIVDo You Hear That?
From Silence to Song
Hear Me, Hear Me Not
Herding Grasshoppers
No Small Thing 
Our Angel, Adams
Our Little Zoo
Robyn's Little Nest
Say What? 
Talking 24/7
The Allison Family
This Is My Story, This Is My Song
We Cue!
We Never Landed In Holland 

Blogs where parent and child have a hearing loss
A Deaf Mom Shares her World
Do You Hear What I See?
Mama Butterfly

***This is a listing of the blogs about hearing loss I currently follow.  Please email me your blog address if you'd like to have it included here.

National Resources

AG Bell - free membership for the first six months

American Society for Deaf Children

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 

Deaf Websites, the Online Deaf Web Directory

Hands & Voices

Hearing Loss Association of America

HearingLikeMe (by Phonak)

John Tracy Clinic - distance learning for parents of children with hearing loss (birth to age 5), summer programs for parents and children in California 

Kids and Hearing Loss

My Baby's Hearing

National Cued Speech Association

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders

Raising Deaf Kids

My Smart Hands

Local Resources for the Greater Pittsburgh Area
Pennsylvania Hands & Voices
AG Bell's PA Chapter
DePaul School for Hearing and Speech
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
PA Medical Assistance Program
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
The Alliance for Infants and Toddlers - Early Intervention birth to age 3
Allegheny Intermediate Unit DART Program - Ages 3 to 5
Allegheny Intermediate Unit Deaf/Hard of Hearing Support Program
Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania

Carnegie Museum Admission
SPECIAL OFFER for Access/EBT Card holders: Your card entitles you to $2 admission for up to four people at all of our four museums, all year long. Visitors must present an Access/EBT Card or an approved medical-assistance card along with a photo ID to receive the discount. (Not valid with any other offer or group rate.)   This is good for the Carnegie Science Center.

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