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For Parents of Deaf Children

The website, Raising Deaf Kids, is for parents of deaf children. Learn how to communicate with your child and how they will grow.
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You can raise a happy, successful Deaf child! The website, Raising Deaf Kids, is for parents of deaf children. Learn how to communicate with your child and how they will grow. (Criando niños sordos en español)

This web site is written for parents in the United States. Some information is different in your country. For example, many U.S. parents learn American Sign Language (ASL). But ASL is different from sign languages used in other countries. You will want to learn what sign language Deaf people use in your country.

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