Sunday, October 9, 2011
Orion's Highchair Adventures: Drinking Milk
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Sunday, October 2, 2011
Thanks to my friend, D, who brought this blog post to my attention.
I just read a great blog post regarding using ASL "even with cochlear implants". Rachel Coleman, from 'Signing Times', nails it with her two cents.
Rachel discusses her daughter Leah, who you've probably seen in the 'Signing Times' videos, getting a cochlear implant at an older age. In spite of this change and being told by an ENT to not sign, she continues to use ASL and her pre-existing English literacy skills. She shares how Leah is a successful implant user and also clears up many misconceptions.
She has guts. Bravo, Rachel.
I enjoyed reading other posts at her blog, too.You can read her CI post at http://www.rachelcoleman.com/2011/09/07/my-two-cents-cochlear-implants/
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Labels: ASL, cochlear implant, communication, Deaf, Language
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