Welcome to the VL2 Parent Toolkit resource database! VL2 Parent Resources is a database hosting a collection of tip sheets, research briefs, webcasts, tutorials and quick Web links. The Toolbox Web links* are topical collections of web resources compiled as easy-to-access central points of information for parents.
This resource includes stories that have been adapted to help hearing parents spend time with their deaf / hard of hearing kids through the use of a fun and educational learning application. The...
Published on Apr 10, 2014
Researched, signed and produced by Adam Stone.
Video that presents research about information hearing parents may be missing upon identification of hearing loss in their infant/child.
Newscast presented by grade 4 students at the Metro Deaf School in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Topics: toddler inflecting ASL verbs, using ASL interjections "hmm" and "aah!", fingerspelling a few more, emerging ASL handshape "T" and more. Language acquisition, phonological acquisition, and...
Dr. Joseph Valente speaks about his experiences being Deaf and how it has made him a 'superhero'.
The Deaf Culture Centre in Toronto, ON, is a contemporary, fun gathering place that is open to the public and rooted in the Deaf community. It provides education, culture, visual and performing...
The World Federation of the Deaf (WFD), established in Rome, Italy in 1951, is one of the oldest global organisations of people with disabilities
A video of Deaf Santa visiting the Kansas School for the Deaf using sign language to communicate with children their wishes for Christmas.
An article on the development of ASL Tales for students who are both Deaf or hard of hearing and hearing.
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