SPANISH RESOURCE LINKS
At the CID Emerson Center for Professional Development, we’re committed to providing quality resources and services to professionals worldwide.
As a step towards achieving this goal, we’ve partnered with Escuchar sin Limites, a Spanish-speaking listening and spoken language resource for professionals working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing and their families. Escuchar sin Limites is helping CID support the Spanish-speaking community by translating several of our blog posts and Quick Tip videos which can be seen below.
Be sure to bookmark this page and check back as we add more links to translated CID resources. We look forward to sharing more news in the future!
- Get in the Game: Setting your child with hearing loss up for success in sports
- Understanding and minimizing the effects of static electricity on cochlear implants
- “Lacks focus and effort”: Addressing the attention of mainstreamed children with hearing loss
- The Ling sound check: An everyday, easy way to determine a child’s access to sounds
- Eliciting language using sabotage
- It pays to be critical: Determining steps and critical elements in following directions
- Reducing background noise in the classroom and optimizing your acoustic environment
- Theory of mind and hearing loss: Teaching children for social and academic success
- Training the brain: Executive function for children with hearing loss
- Not Just Child’s Play: The relationship between play and language
- Order Up: The auditory sandwich made for facilitating a child’s auditory skills
- Five language activities for children with hearing loss of any age at any language level
- Self-advocacy skills and conversational repair strategies: Keys to successful communication
- Too loud: 5 ways to prevent early hearing loss in children
- Quick Tip Video: Ling Sound Check (En Español)
- Quick Tip Video: How to Elicit Language Using Sabotage (En Español)
- CID Quick Tip: Preferential Seating for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (En Español)
- CID Quick Tip: Using Hearing Assistive Technology (En Español)
- CID Quick Tip: Acoustic Highlighting (En Español)