Below are a few links to get you started. Texas Hands & Voices can connect you with additional resources, families and deaf adults. Click here to request support from one of our Parent or Deaf/Hard of Hearing Guides.
Hands & Voices FL3 Family Leadership in Language & Learning
American Sign Language/Deaf Culture
National Association of the Deaf - The NAD is a civil rights organization of, by and for deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the U.S.
ASL Resource Guide - a compilation of American Sign Language (ASL) resources.
Listening and Spoken Language
Audiogram with icons
Early Childhood/Birth - 3
EHDI Pals - a listing of pediatric audiologists across the United States
NCHAM - National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management
Texas ECI Early Childhood Intervention
babyhearing.org - a resource with information about follow-up hearing testing with an audiologist
CDC brochures with questions you may want to ask professionals
Texas Workforce Commission - Vocational Rehab helps people with disabilities prepare for, find or retain employment and helps youth and students prepare for post-secondary opportunities.
Shared Reading project
Gallaudet - tools, support and history
ERCOD - offers parents and caregivers across Texas free, interactive, tutoring to show how to read to deaf and hard of hearing children using American Sign Language (ASL) or Signing Exact English (SEE) and how to use strategies to make book sharing most effective for parents and their deaf or hard of hearing students.
DBMAT - Deaf-Blind Multi-handicapped Association of Texas
Texas CHARGErs encourages, educates, and enriches individuals and families living with CHARGE Syndrome.
Navigate Life Texas - Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
American Hearing Research Foundation - syndromes