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Raising deaf children in Chile: The experiences of parents

Watch as parents share their experiences raising deaf children in Chile. In Spanish and Chilean Sign Language with Spanish captions.
Screenshot of the video "Conversamos con Padres y Madres de niñas y niños Sordos Geniales"

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Conversamos con Padres y Madres de niñas y niños Sordos Geniales

Sometimes the best way to help deaf children is to first help their parents. Schools and organizations can learn how to help parents by listening to them. Watch as parents share their experiences raising deaf children in Chile. For example, some explain why they wanted their deaf child to speak and lipread. And they also explain why they started learning sign language.

Fundación Nellie Zabel produced this video in 2019. The video is in spoken Spanish with Spanish subtitles. Parents and others are also signing in Chilean Sign Language. 

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