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Kid-Friendly Parenting with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
by Daria Medwid
contributions by Denise Weston
Gallaudet University Press, 1995
eISBN: 978-1-56368-211-7 | Paper: 978-1-56368-031-1
Library of Congress Classification HQ759.913.M43 1995
Dewey Decimal Classification 649.1512

From Library Bookwatch, a publication of The Midwest Book Review

Collaboratively written by child and family therapists Daria Medwid and Denise Chapman Weston, Kid-Friendly Parenting With Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Children: A Treasury Of Fun Activities Toward Better Behavior is a first-rate, "user friendly" resource for parents of hearing-impaired offspring. Individual chapters address a range of key parenting issues including dealing with school problems, overactivity, cultivating social skills, the importance of setting limits, unique difficulties in communicating, and much, much more. Kid-Friendly Parenting With Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Children is very highly recommended reading, for parents and anyone else working with hearing-impaired young people.

Daria Medwid is a child and family therapist and school consultant who works with deaf people in the Greater Boston, MA area.

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