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Descriptors: Hearing Disorder Treatment. Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss Treatment. Hearing Loss.

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Music and Hearing Loss in Schools.

Author(s): The Mainstream Center, C. S. f. t. D. C. f. O. E. Source: The Mainstream News. 23(4). November/December 2003. Availability: Available from The Mainstream Center. CLARKE-School for the Deaf. 48 Round Hill Road, Northampton, MA 01060-2124. Voice: (413) 582-1121. Fax: (413) 586-6645. E-mail: mainstream@clarkeschool.org. Web site: http://www.clarkeschool.org. PRICE: $3 per copy for back issues; Subscriptions: $25 for individuals and $75 for schools (8 copies per issue). Language: English. Abstract: In this article the author discusses ways that music can be enjoyed by students with hearing problems, or even those who are deaf. The author states that most students with hearing loss are able to receive music, either through their hearing, through feeling, or both. The article details ways that educators can introduce music education to deaf children. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Music Education. Deaf Children. Hard-of-Hearing Students. Hearing Loss. Special Education. Teacher Education. Music Appreciation.

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Getting Started.

Author(s): The Mainstream Center, C. S. f. t. D. C. f. O. E. Source: CLARKE Mainstream News. Northampton, MA. 23(1). August 2003. Availability: Available from The Mainstream Center. CLARKE-School for the Deaf. 48 Round Hill Road, Northampton, MA 01060-2124. Voice: (413) 582-1121. Fax: (413) 586-6645. E-mail: mainstream@clarkeschool.org. Web site: http://www.clarkeschool.org. PRICE: $3 per copy for back issues; Subscriptions: $25 for individuals and $75 for schools (8 copies per issue). Language: English. Abstract: Even though a student with hearing loss may appear to be like his peers in many ways, he has special auditory needs, without which he would be unable to function to his fullest potential. This article discusses teachers' role and responsibilities to make classrooms hearing-friendly for a student with hearing loss. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Students With Hearing Loss. FM Systems. Teacher Resource. Hearing Technology. Audiology. Communication Devices. Special Needs Children.

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Receiving A New Student: FM Considerations.

Author(s): The Mainstream Center, C. S. f. t. D. C. f. O. E. Source: CLARKE Mainstream News. Northampton, MA. 23(1). August 2003. Availability: Available from The Mainstream Center. CLARKE-School for the Deaf. 48 Round Hill Road, Northampton, MA 01060-2124. Voice: (413) 582-1121. Fax: (413) 586-6645. E-mail: mainstream@clarkeschool.org. Web site: http://www.clarkeschool.org. PRICE: $3 per copy for back issues; Subscriptions: $25 for individuals and $75 for schools (8 copies per issue). Language: English. Abstract: Choosing an FM system for new students with hearing loss that correctly meets students' audiolgical needs. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Students With Hearing Loss. FM Systems. Teacher Resource. Hearing Technology. Audiology. Communication Devices. Special Needs Children.

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Student Participation in Education Planning.

Author(s): The Mainstream Center, C. S. f. t. D. C. f. O. E. Source: CLARKE Mainstream News. Northampton, MA. 23(1). April 2003. Availability: Available from The Mainstream Center. CLARKE-School for the Deaf. 48 Round Hill Road, Northampton, MA 01060-2124. Voice: (413) 582-1121. Fax: (413) 586-6645. E-mail: mainstream@clarkeschool.org. Web site: http://www.clarkeschool.org. PRICE: $3 per copy for back issues; Subscriptions: $25 for individuals

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and $75 for schools (8 copies per issue). Language: English. Abstract: The entire issue of this newsletter is dedicated to the IEP processes and a student's role in the process-from elementary to high school. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Students With Hearing Loss. Teacher Resource. IEP Meeting. IEP Process. Special Needs Children.

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Living With Hearing Loss: Communication Rules, Revised

Edition.

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. 65p. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $23; book and videotape (open captioned) set:$53, shipping and handling included. Language: English. Abstract: This book contains detailed information about communication problems frequently reported by people who are hard of hearing and their families. It contains information about the causes of these problems and strategies and tactics for preventing and reducing these problems. The book has been rewritten to be used either by itself or with the Communication Rules videotape. This book and videotape focus on the what to do aspect of communication. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss. Hard-of- Hearing. Communication. Family Guide. Patient Resource.

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Living With Hearing Loss: At School.

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. May 2002. 38p. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $17, shipping and handling included. Language: English. Abstract: The content of this book covers the types of problems encountered in school situations by students who are hard of hearing. The book also addresses the academic, personal, and social risks for these students when their hearing loss is not properly accommodated. The book is focused on strategies and tactics found helpful in preventing and reducing these problems. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Hearing Loss. Hard-of-Hearing Children. Teacher Resource.

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Relaxation Training: Deep Muscle Relaxation.

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. Open Captioned Video. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $35, shipping and handling included. Abstract: The progressive relaxation procedure illustrated on this videotape produce some of the best results in terms of reducing muscle tension. It is helpful in eliminating or reducing tension headaches and neck and upper back pain. Once the procedures have been thoroughly learned and practiced, it is possible to achieve immediate relaxation through brief or mini-relaxation exercises lasting only a minute or two. In this way they can be practiced with good results in difficult communication situations. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss. Hard-of- Hearing. Relaxation Therapy. Patient Resource.

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Did I Do That?

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. Open Captioned/Sign Language Interpreted Video.

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