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Sharing What I’ve Learned While Raising Kids With Hearing Loss In a Military Family

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This resource includes:

Guided exercises to help you gain clarity about how you want to influence your child to thrive.

Personal stories and heartfelt reflections.

A template to coaches ~ it sparks the thought behind how you can intentionally communicate with those who will interact with your child.

Encouragement! I don’t underestimate the power of positivity.

Dedicated opportunity throughout for you to personalize and actively put pen to paper.

A real, but optimistic approach that proves your child who is hard of hearing CAN and WILL thrive.

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