Working with the Student who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Disability Information Session UC Clermont October 29, 2009. Definitions.
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Disability Information Session
October 29, 2009
Summary Health Statistics for U.S. Adults: National Health Interview Survey, 2008
Numbers may not be accurate as many individuals do not want to report themselves as deaf of hard of hearing.
and convey all auditory and signed information so
that both hearing and deaf individuals may fully
the instant translation of the spoken word into
English text performed by a CART reporter using a
stenotype machine, notebook computer and realtime
software. The text is then displayed on a computer
monitor or other display device for the student who
is deaf or hard of hearing to read. This technology is
primarily used by people with hearing loss, but it also
has been used by people with learning disabilities or
those who are learning English as a second language.