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  1. Language and Deafness by Peter Paul, 2008-12-08
  2. The Encyclopedia of Deafness and Hearing Disorders (Facts on File Library of Health and Living) by Carol Turkington, Allen E. Sussman, 2003-09
  3. Lip Reader by Shanna Groves, 2009-04-29
  4. Beethoven in Person: His Deafness, Illnesses, and Death (Contributions to the Study of Music and Dance) by Peter J. Davies, 2001-05-30
  5. Deafness and Learning: A Psychosocial Approach (Wadsworth Series in Special Education) by Hans G. Furth, 1973-06
  6. Psychology of Deafness: Understanding Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing People by McCay Vernon, Jean F. Andrews, 1989-08
  7. Deaf Cognition: Foundations and Outcomes (Perspectives on Deafness)
  8. Outsiders in a Hearing World: A Sociology of Deafness by Paul C. Higgins, 1980-06-01
  9. Sign Language Interpreting and Interpreter Education: Directions for Research and Practice (Perspectives on Deafness)
  10. Psychosocial Aspects of Deafness by Nanci A. Scheetz, 2003-05-01
  11. Psychology of Deafness: Techniques of Appraisal for Rehabilitation by Edna S. Levine, 1960-06
  12. The Artificial Ear: Cochlear Implants and the Culture of Deafness by Stuart Blume, 2009-12-22
  13. Advances in the Sign Language Development of Deaf Children (Perspectives on Deafness) by Brenda Schick, Marc Marschark, et all 2005-09-02
  14. Deafness, Deprivation, and IQ (Perspectives on Individual Differences) by Jeffery P. Braden, 2010-11-02

21. Deafness Research Foundation
Related Links, For Further Reading, Hearing Health Magazine, a publication of deafness Research Foundation. For more information, visit
June 2, 2004
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search Hearing Health Magazine, a publication of Deafness Research Foundation. For more information, visit

22. ThinkQuest : Library : Seeing Disabilities From A Different Perspective
Fourth and fifth graders write about going to school with deaf children, famous people who have suffered from deafness, what causes the condition, and how to communicate with people who cannot hear.
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23. Deafness Hard Of Hearing
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- After reading this message I got from an About Deafness visitor, I wonder if some deaf people's attitudes are preventing more hearing people from learning sign language willingly?
Monday May 31, 2004
Hot Weather Protection for Hearing Aids
With the arrival of hot weather comes the risk of damage to hearing aids. Suggestions on how to protect those very expensive devices.
Sunday May 30, 2004

Deaf Dog/Cat Profiles
If you have a deaf dog or cat (or another type of deaf pet), I would be happy to publish a profile. Just send a description of your deaf pet, along with a picture (and of course it is ok if you are in the picture too).

24. Deafness Research Foundation - Research Grant Center
Resource Directory, Shop Online, Timeline Of Advancements, Related Links, For Further Reading, Contact US, Copyright © 2002 2003 deafness Research Foundation.
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25. Information On Deafness Organized By Topic
Info to Go serves as a centralized source of accurate, upto-date, objective information on topics dealing with deafness and hearing loss in ages 0-21.
Gallaudet Clerc Center search site index
Information on Deafness This Information on Deafness section of the Clerc Center Web site is organized by topic. Click on a topic below and you will see resources from Info to Go , other Clerc Center products , and Web sites that are not Clerc Center or Gallaudet University sites. For more information about Info to Go For more information about the Clerc Center See also: Frequently Asked Questions
About Deafness/Hearing Loss See also: Clerc Center Web site E-Newsletter Search for this: Only Info To Go All of
Assistive Devices and Hearing Aids
Alerting and Communicating Devices for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People This Web page provides a description of what alerting and communication devices are available for deaf and hard of hearing people. Hearing Aids and Other Assistive Devices: Where to Get Assistance This publication provides ways to locate agencies and organizations that may offer financial aid for deaf and hard of hearing people who need assistive devices such as hearing aids, TTYs, and decoders.

26. Defeating Deafness : Hearing Research Trust : Our Priorities Include Tinnitus, G
Charity supporting medical research and education to secure improvements in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of hearing impairment. Includes information and advice, articles, and FAQ.
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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Jamie gets on his bike for Defeating Deafness

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.
Job Advertisement - Web Coordinator
Join the Defeating Deafness Information Service.The role involves managing the content, operation and promotion of the Defeating Deafness website.

27. Deaf Education Information From The Clerc Center
Information about deafness Assistive Devices, Communication and Sign Language, Education, For and About Deaf and Hard of Hearing People, Health and Mental
Gallaudet search site index You do not have a Javascript enabled browser. What you are missing here is only an automated generation of today's date Working for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children Throughout the United States Quick Links Admissions Contact Us Visitors Info Literacy Family Involvement Transition Info on Deafness Technology Info Support Services GU Regional Centers Clerc Center Calendar Keys to English Print ...New in KidsWorld Deaf Net
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28. Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids, Cochlear Implants
Articles about various aspects of hearing loss, such as unilateral hearing loss, types and degrees of hearing loss, mild hearing loss, and sudden deafness.
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Comparing the two hearing tests for infants and young children. Bombing and Deafness
After the war ends, audiologists may be in high demand. Cochlear Implants
Cochlear implants are an option for some deaf children and adults. Cochlear Implants - Reimplantation and Extrusion
Sometimes a cochlear implant must be surgically removed. "Cures" for Deafness
Good for a laugh or two - historic and quack "cures" for deafness. Deafness: From Birth to Death
Resources on hearing loss for the entire life span, from before birth to death.

29. MedlinePlus: Hearing Disorders And Deafness
American Sign Language ( National Institute on deafness and Other Communication Disorders) Auditory Neuropathy ( National Institute on deafness and Other Communication Disorders
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30. Defeating Deafness : Your Questions : Are There Any Treatments For Tinnitus?
Our priorities range from Cholesteatoma to Glue Ear to Presbyacusis Defeating deafness. Defeating deafness The Hearing Research Trust 2001
Around 20% of all young people are regularly exposed to dangerously loud music. Click here to find out how you can help!
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Anyone who starts to suffer from tinnitus or suspects their hearing is damaged, should make an appointment to see their family doctor immediately. Usually, the doctor will refer the patient to an audiologist or Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) unit. Here a specialist will be able to rule out more serious middle ear problems and conduct a hearing test to determine whether the problem is linked to a hearing loss. Although tinnitus has no simple 'cure', there are strategies for reducing its impact. Noise generators For most people, tinnitus is no more than a slight annoyance when there is sufficient background noise. For those with mild tinnitus, everyday sounds may mask the tinnitus during the daytime, making it either easier to deal with or completely inaudible. However, tinnitus can become a real problem during quiet times of day, such as before sleep. Many people find relief by adding an external competing sound at a constant low level. Radio static, the television or the hum of a fan might all help to distract from the internal sounds of the tinnitus. Products are also available which will generate white noise specifically to mask the sound of tinnitus, including small speakers which can be placed below the pillow. Behind-the-ear 'white noise' generators (similar to hearing aids in appearance) which produce a low-level hissing are also widely used and are available through the NHS.

31. National Institute On Deafness And Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)
Supports and conducts research in, and distributes information on, the disorders of human communication, including hearing, balance, smell, taste, voice, speech, and language.
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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32. Sign: Welcome
Information about the organisation and its activities, including residential and day services, and specialist support for deaf people and children with mental health problems.
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Our Reaching deaf minds website is a campaign site to improve access to primary care for people with mental health problems.
Find out how we provide for deaf people in need of support. Sign , founded in 1986, is the National Society for Mental Health and Deafness. We provide supported living, advocacy, outreach and club house activities for any deaf person in need of emotional support. We also actively campaign to reduce the likelihood of deaf people developing preventable mental health problems in the UK, through working with health and deaf organisations, generic mental health charities, statutory bodies and service providers. Sign is the only registered charity whose work is dedicated to the field of mental health and deafness in the UK. Sign ’s Vision We aim for a world where there is little risk of deaf people developing preventable mental health problems and that equality, respect and fulfilment are enjoyed by deaf people experiencing mental health difficulties. Sign ’s mission is to promote Deaf Wellness and independent lives. Find out more about more about

33. Welcome To HSOD
Services for the deaf and hardof-hearing.
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34. BreakOut VII A National Conference On Psychosocial Rehabilitation And Deafness
Community Interventions Preserving Our Roots. April 46, 2002. Raleigh, North Carolina.
BreakOut VII: A National Conference on
Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Deafness Community Interventions:
P re S erving our R oots
April 4-6, 2002
Raleigh, North Carolina
Welcome to BreakOut VII! BreakOut is a biennial conference for deafness professionals seeking to expand their knowledge base on state of the art psychosocial rehabilitation services for deaf consumers. This site is under development. Please keep checking back for updates! Conference Hosts:
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35. Genetics Of Deafness In Dogs
Genetics of deafness in Dogs. deafness may have been longestablished in a breed but kept hidden from outsiders to protect reputations.
Genetics of Deafness in Dogs
Congenital deafness in dogs (or other animals) can be acquired [caused by intrauterine infections, ototoxic drugs like gentamicin, liver disorders, or other toxic exposures before or soon after birth] or inherited. Inherited deafness can be caused by a gene defect that is autosomal dominant, recessive, sex-linked, or may involve multiple genes (more on this later). It is usually impossible to determine the cause of congenital deafness unless a clear problem has been observed in the breed, or carefully planned breedings are performed. In this article I will discuss what is currently known about the genetics of deafness in dogs so that breeders can make the best informed decisions possible when attempting to reduce or eliminate deafness. Congenital deafness has been reported for approximately 80 breeds, with the list growing at a regular rate (see list The prevalence of congenital deafness in different breeds is seldom known because of the limited number of studies (see table list ). It should be noted that a unilaterally deaf dog can be as great a genetic risk for transmission of deafness to its offspring as is a bilaterally deaf dog.

36. Deafness In Dogs And Cats
From the LSU site, links to sources of information about deafness in dogs and cats.

37. Subject Headings Related To Deafness
Subject Headings Related to deafness. These would not be found in other libraries. This is by no means a complete list of subject headings related to deafness.
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Subject Headings Related to Deafness
The following list of subject headings, used by catalogers at RIT Library, will help you to identify subjects in the library catalog. The Library of Congress provides us with the "controlled vocabulary" of this classification scheme. A few of our own subjects, noted with an (*) have been added to the RIT Library Catalog. These would not be found in other libraries. This is by no means a complete list of subject headings related to deafness. Additional subject headings are found in the Library of Congress Subject Headings books. These are the large red books located in the reference area. If more help is needed, please ask a reference librarian.

38. BBC NEWS | Health | Medical Notes | Single Sided Deafness
The BBC offer information on the condition, causes, and treatment options.


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Last Updated: Friday, 13 June, 2003, 16:47 GMT 17:47 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version Single Sided Deafness

Deafness in one ear can be a major problem Single Sided Deafness (SSD) is the complete hearing loss in one ear. It is thought to affect at least 9,000 new people in the UK each year, with the most common cause being sudden deafness. For many people, SSD has a particularly disabling and debilitating impact on work, home and social interaction. Despite treatment options being available, many patients do not receive treatments owing to a lack of GP and public awareness of this condition. What is Single Sided Deafness? SSD, or unilateral hearing loss, refers to total hearing loss in one ear - the other ear can have perfect hearing. It occurs when sounds cannot reach the working inner ear (cochlea). It is estimated that over 9,000 new cases are diagnosed every year, indicating that at any one time tens of thousands of Britons are affected by this condition. What are the symptoms?

39. Genetics And Deafness Forum UK
Neutral site for information and discussion about the controversial topic of deafness and genetics.
Welcome to the Genetics and Deafness Forum
Navigate the site using the banner above This site has been created as a neutral place of information and discussion about deafness and genetics. Genetics is fast becoming a relevant topic to the deaf community. Geneticists are now able to test for the presence of a deafness gene. This could have profound consequences for deaf people. Please feel free to contribute to the ethics discussion board or to submit questions to me. You will also find information about some of the more common genes known to contribute to deafness plus general background information about genetics. LATEST UPDATES:
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This site has been created as a part of a Millennium Award project This project has been funded through a Jack Ashley Millennium Award from the NDCS.
The NDCS cannot claim any responsibility for the contents of this site.

40. Hardin MD : Ear, Nose & Throat
From the University of Iowa, a list of Internet sources in otolaryngology and hearing disorders, including deafness.
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