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Early intervention with Deaf babies

Different experts explain early intervention with deaf babies, toddlers, and their families, for the professionals who work with them.
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Early Intervention for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Infants, Toddlers, and Their Families: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

This book is for professionals who work with deaf infants and young children and their families. It shares articles by different experts about early intervention with deaf babies, toddlers, and their families. The authors include educators, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and health care providers. The topics include the role of policies and research in how early intervention is done, evaluating children, language development, and more.

This book is not available for free, but it may be possible to purchase it. Some possible sellers are listed below. Please be aware that not all book sellers will send books to your country. If they do send books to your country, they may still be unable to send the specific book you want. Please communicate directly with book sellers to ask.

For people who have print disabilities (for example, blind people or people with dyslexia), you can try looking for this book in an accessible format via an online service like Bookshare. Or, if you use a library service for people with print disabilities that participates in the ABC Global Book Service, you may wish to inquire whether this book is available.

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