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Subject: Assistive Technology in the Classroom for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Source: Leone Herring, Supervisor, Effective Practices

Intended Audience: Administrators, Special Education Directors, Special Education Instructors, Technology Directors, Educational Technologists

Date: February 11, 2010

Students who are deaf and hard of hearing using hearing aids or cochlear implants may experience a need for assistive technology.  Missouri Assistive Technology has developed a Factsheet entitled "Assistive Technology in the Classroom for Deaf and Hard of Hearing."  The factsheet includes information on Augmenting Devices/Systems, Transforming Devices/Systems, and a list of resources.  This resource can be accessed by using the following link http://www.at.mo.gov/pubs/documents/ATforDHH.doc.