My Battle Call | To My Coach – A Few Things I Want To Share About My Hearing Loss
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To My Coach – A Few Things I Want To Share About My Hearing Loss


Starting a new sport can be nervewracking for a child with hearing loss and their parents. Let’s face it–most people don’t understand what it is like to be deaf or hard of hearing. This document can help a coach better understand what techniques can be implemented to ensure your child’s success. It includes an explanation of some of the access challenges when playing a sport with a hearing device and offers suggestions to accommodate the athlete better.  This easy-to-read document can also be utilized any time your child is beginning a new activity that requires an understanding by an instructor, teacher, coach, leader.

This resource is also included in my ebook, “Navigating Your Child’s Hearing Loss.”

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"Through the Fog: navigating life's challenges while raising kids with hearing loss"

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