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         Deafness:     more books (100)
  1. Samedi the Deafness (Vintage Contemporaries) by Jesse Ball, 2007-09-04
  2. Choices in Deafness: A Parents' Guide to Communication Options by Sue, Ed. Schwartz, 2007-07-18
  3. Orientation to Deafness (2nd Edition) by Nanci A. Scheetz, 2000-10-26
  4. Everyone Here Spoke Sign Language: Hereditary Deafness on Martha's Vineyard by Nora Ellen Groce, 1985
  5. Writing Deafness: The Hearing Line in Nineteenth-Century American Literature by Christopher Krentz, 2007-09-03
  6. The Unheard: A Memoir of Deafness and Africa by Josh Swiller, 2007-09-04
  7. Mental Health and Deafness by Peter Hindley, Nick Kitson, 2005-11-29
  8. Women and Deafness: Double Visions
  9. Dancing Without Music: Deafness in America by Beryl Lieff Benderly, 1990-09-01
  10. Psychological, Social, and Educational Dimensions of Deafness by Barbara R. Schirmer, 2000-10-20
  11. A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family by Lou Ann Walker, 1987-09-23
  12. Psychosocial Aspects of Deafness by Nanci A. Scheetz, 2003-05-01
  13. Hearing and Deafness by Hallowell, M.D.; Silverman, S. Richard, Ph.D. Davis, 1966
  14. Ethics in Mental Health and Deafness by Virginia Gutman, 2002-04-16

1. National Institute On Deafness And Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)
This site contains information about the National Institute on deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), one of the National Institutes of Health.
Change text size: S M L A new feature! Story of Discovery highlights NIDCD-supported research findings from the past year. Story of Discovery: Synthetic vaccine for middle ear infections is effective, and safer, too. NIDCD-Supported Scientists Receive Presidential Awards Key gene identified for development of inner-ear structure required for balance Mentors Directory Launch Got a tin ear?
Test your sense of pitch on the Distorted Tunes Test Five Years of Research Conducted at NIDCD Research Sponsored by NIDCD Scientific Faculty Training Opportunities ... Program Areas Health Topics Hearing, Ear Infections, and Deafness Balance Smell and Taste Voice, Speech, and Language Health Resources Free Publications Information for Educators and Student Activities Links to More Health Information
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2. Deafness In Dogs & Cats
deafness IN DOGS CATS. Information on deafness Prevalence, Causes, Management For Owners, Breeders, and ResearchersGeorge M. Strain. Professor of Neuroscience. Comparative Biomedical Sciences. School of Veterinary Medicine
George M. Strain
Professor of Neuroscience
Comparative Biomedical Sciences
School of Veterinary Medicine
Louisiana State University
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Directions to the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine:
  • If coming from the east on I-10, exit at Acadian (Exit 157B) (Acadian becomes Stanford); stay in the right lane and follow it as it turns off after the campus lakes and drive throug the campus; South Stadium Dr becomes Skip Bertman Dr west of the football stadium.
  • If coming from the west on I-10, exit at Highland/Nicholson (Exit 155A) at the end of the Mississippi River bridge, and follow Nicholson Dr to Skip Bertman Dr; turn right (west).
Click here for map. Publications by G.M. Strain

3. Welcome To The Hearing, Speech & Deafness Center Online
Home. Shop Online at The Store @ HSDC Top News Stories! This Month @ HSDC, Copyright 2004 by HSDC / TEXTONLY Version Coming Soon!

deafness information on laws, psychological services, websites of interest, articles and psychology of deafness research.

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NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Leigh, I. (Ed.). (1999). Psychotherapy with deaf clients from diverse groups. Washington DC Gallaudet University Press. Leigh, I. Parasnis, I. (Ed.). (1998). Cultural and language diversity and the deaf experience. NY: Cambridge University Press. Pollard, R. (1993). Preface. Consulting Psychology Journal, 45 (2), 1. Pollard, R. Q. (1994). Public mental health services and diagnostic trends regarding individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. Rehabilitation Psychology, 39, 147-160. Porter, A. (1999). Sign language interpretation in psychotherapy with deaf adults. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 53(2), 163-176. Vernon , M. (1996a). Important implications for psychologists of the Americans with disabilities act: case in point, the patient who is deaf. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 27(4), 372-377. Rich, S. (1997). Pedophilia and deafness. American Annals of the Deaf, 142(4), 300-311. Cultural and linguistic barriers to mental health service access: The deaf consumer's perspective. American Journal of Psychiatry, 155, 982-984.

5. Deafness Hard Of Hearing
Learn about the world of the deaf at
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How to Get Young Deaf/HOH Child to Wear Hearing Aids

Some parents experience frustration when their young deaf or hard of hearing child will not wear their hearing aids, or will only wear them a short time before taking them out. Fortunately, tools and parenting techniques are available to combat this problem.
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Hearing Girl Wants Deaf Boyfriend Back
- A hearing girl in love with a deaf guy wants her ex back, after he left her for a deaf girl. Anyone got some advice for her?
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6. Defeating Deafness : Hearing Research Trust : Our Priorities Include Tinnitus, G
Defeating deafness tinnitus, glue ear, hearing aids, cochlear implants, cholesteatoma, presbyacusis, otosclerosis. Textonly version of site, Defeating deafness.
Text-only version of site The UK's only national charity dedicated to helping hearing impaired people through medical research and education About Defeating Deafness Information service Our research League of Friends ... Links
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Long standing supporter Jamie Riach is planning one of the most challenging fundraising activities Defeating Deafness has ever seen.
NHS hearing aids to be available on the high street
From January 2004, NHS patients will be able to obtain high quality digital hearing aids free of charge from selected high street hearing aid dispensers.
Digital Hearing Aids on the NHS
As at April 2003, 66 NHS Trusts were providing digital hearing aid services for adults and/or children - you can read the full list here
Latest News Bulletin
Read the latest Defeating Deafness News Bulletin. Issue 6 contains articles on detecting deafness in newborn and premature babies, age-related hearing loss, and the expansion of the Defeating Deafness Information Service.
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Join the Defeating Deafness Information Service.The role involves managing the content, operation and promotion of the Defeating Deafness website.

7. Internet Resources -- Deafness
Library of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) United Kingdom Find hard to find books related to criminology and deafness here. Deaf Life
Catalog: Title Search Catalog: Author Search Catalog: Keyword Search Connect NY Catalog GOOGLE this Site GOOGLE the RIT Site RIT Home Directories Info Center/SIS
Subject-Based Deaf and Hard of Hearing Internet Resources
Subscribe to Deaf Digest News . Check out Deaf Rochester and Deaf Times -Rochester, NY
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Deaf Education and Post-Secondary Programs Deaf Native Americans IEP Resources ... NTID Librarian's Chat and More

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8. Susan Zeder - Mother Hicks: Questions And Answers About Deafness
Answers questions such as what does it mean to be deaf, what causes deafness, and how do people who can't hear learn to speak.
Main Page Susan Zeder's Contribution to Theater The Plays of Susan Zeder A Chronology ... Credits Questions and Answers About Deafness What does it mean to be deaf? It means that even with a hearing aid, a person cannot understand spoken conversation. One may hear sounds, but not loudly or precisely enough to rely upon them. Many people now use the term "hearing-impaired" since the word "deaf" causes so many misunderstandings. However, both terms are still used. What do deaf or hearing-impaired people hear? Everybody's hearing is different. But there are two basic types of hearing loss, or hearing impairment: a decibel loss or a frequency loss. A decibel loss means that everything a person hears is quieter than it would be for a person with normal hearing. A frequency loss means that some sounds are quieter to the person than others. Usually, a person with a frequency loss misses the high tones. What causes deafness?

9. Hearing Loss (part 1), NCBDDD, CDC
is sometimes used to describe people who have a less severe hearing loss than deafness. The National Institute on deafness and Other Communication Disorders' "Healthy Hearing 2010
NCBDDD Home Hearing Loss What Is Hearing Loss? How Common Is It? ... Click here to contact the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities. What is hearing loss? Before we can understand hearing loss, we must first understand what hearing entails. When we hear sounds, we really are interpreting patterns of movement of air molecules. We can describe sounds in terms of their frequency (or pitch) and intensity (or loudness). Frequency is measured in hertz (Hz). A person who has hearing within the normal range, can hear sounds that have frequencies between 20 and 20,000 Hz. The most important sounds we hear every day are in the 250 to 6,000 Hz range. Speech includes a mix of low and high frequency sounds. Vowel sounds like “u” have low frequencies (250 to 1,000 Hz) and are usually easier to hear. Consonants like “s,” “h,” and “f” have higher frequencies (1,500 to 6,000 Hz) and are harder to hear. Consonants convey most of the meaning of what we say. Someone who cannot hear high-frequency sounds will have a hard time understanding speech. Intensity, or loudness, is measured in decibels (dB). A person with hearing within the normal range can hear sounds ranging from to 140 dB. A whisper is around 30 dB. Conversations are usually 45 to 50 dB. Sounds that are louder than 90 dB can be uncomfortable to hear. A loud rock concert might be as loud as 110 dB. Sounds that are 120 dB or louder can be painful and can result in temporary or permanent hearing loss.

10. National Center On Deafness
The National Center on deafness (NCOD), a unit of the Division of Student Affairs at California State University, Northridge, provides comprehensive services
To visit our NCOD website: NCOD CSUN Home Student Services ... Search
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A membership based nonprofit association made up of professionals and interested persons promoting and participating in support services and rehabilitation delivery for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people.
Professionals Networking for Excellence in Service Delivery with Individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing HOME CONTACT ADARA
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2005 ADARA National Conference - Orlando, FL The biennial conference brings together a variety of professionals who seek to improve education, employment, mental health, and advocacy services for members of our community. The upcoming conference theme, Navigating the Course to Quality Services , emphasizes the commitment ADARA members share in striving for the highest quality services possible and the desire that ADARA members have to collaborate with others in their efforts. "Call For Papers" Announced Conference Sponsorship "Navigating the Course to Quality Services" Renaissance Orlando Resort at SeaWorld
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12. Everything You Wanted To Know About Deafness - DEAF-INFO Web Site
Everything You Wanted to Know About deafness DEAF-INFO Web Site. Maybe you ll find something interesting there! Medical information related to deafness.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Deafness - DEAF-INFO Web Site
The most up-to-date version of this document is available as . Last updated: 1999 Oct 06 by Omer Zak The full table of contents of the DEAF-INFO Web site is available as
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First of all, you probably want to know how to unsubscribe yourself from the DEAF-L list. Even if you prefer to continue to be happily subscribed to DEAF-L, you may want to find the DEAF-L listserver address or the rules for posting messages to DEAF-L. This information exists in the document DEAF-L Administrative Information The philosophy behind this WWW site is explained in DEAF-L FAQ WWW Site Manifest of Purpose If you started to look for deafness related information in my WWW site (which is plausible given the promotion which I give to it :-)) and are looking for additional deafness related Internet resources, you may want to browse the following links:

13. Deafness, Metal Organisation And Metal Radio Show From Arlon (Belgium / Belgique
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14. Miles
Historical linguistics research by M. Miles. Treats use of sign language from antquity to the present in India, Aghanistan, Bangladesh, Burma/Myanmar, Iraq, Nepal, Pakistan, Persia/Iran and Sri Lanka.
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15. The Scottish Council On Deafness
National coordinating body for voluntary and statutory organisations which cater for Deaf, deafened, deafblind and hard of hearing people, their families and carers, and professionals. Information on activities and events.
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16. Division On Deafness (DOD)
Concentrates on helping improve the lives of Michigan's 600,000 deaf and hardof-hearing citizens. Site includes Interpreter directory.,1607,7-124-5460_7260_7268-23760--CI,00.html

17. National Institute On Deafness And Other Communication Disorders
National Institute on deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) The NIDCD conducts and supports quot;biomedical and behavioral research and research training in the normal and disordered

18. Hearing, Ear Infections, And Deafness [NIDCD Health Information]
Hearing, Ear Infections, and deafness. Causes of Hearing Loss and deafness. Infants, Children, and Hearing/deafness. Auditory Processing
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19. UK Council On Deafness
The UK national umbrella body for charities and professional bodies working in the field of deafness. UK Council on deafness, The
UK Council on Deafness The UK Council on Deafness works with and for deaf organisations in the UK by providing information, advice and support and by representing the views of the sector to government and policy makers. Membership of the Council is open to any Charity or Professional Body working in the field of deafness. We do not provide services directly to individual deaf people. If you want to contact one of our member organisations click on the UK Council on Deafness Members Directory to go straight to a list of all our 82 member organisations. The diversity of our members covers the full spectrum of deafness. Some are specialist in their work, others cover a defined geographical area. Between them you will be able to find an organisation that can meet your specific needs. To find out more about our work click on the UK Council on Deafness Website Supported by Vodafone

20. Deafness Hard Of Hearing
Information and resources about and for deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing people, including topics such as sign language, hearing aids, Helen Keller, tinnitus, and cochlear implants. Also Before

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