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Produced by the Center for Evidence-Based Practice; this document has a very long title, but provides summaries of existing research related to assessment and intervention for social-emotional challenges of young children (birth-age 5).
From the same Center, this fact sheet identifies a number of key research findings about the social-emotional development of children, and how to monitor children's progress toward appropriate behavior goals.
Part of the National Institute of Health, this agency is responsible for conducting biomedical and behavioral research on topics related to hearing, balance, smell, taste, speech and language. Lots of information under the 'research' section.
Coming from the Ministry of Education in British Columbia, this resource includes background informatoin and a number of tip sheets for new teachers with deaf or hard of hearing students in their classrooms.
Cued Speech is a mode of communication based on the phonemes and properties of traditionally spoken languages. Cueing allows users who are deaf or hard of hearing or who have language/communication disorders to access the basic, fundamental properties of spoken languages through the use of vision. The site has a variety of resources related to cued speech.
The professional and credentialing association for audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech-language scientists. In addition to professional resources for members, this site has general information for the public.
This agency assists state and local workforce development systems to better serve all youth, including youth with disabilities and other disconnected youth. Check the 'table of contents' links on the right side of the page and other links to publications and resources.