At center, students who cannot hear are learning to speak

08/26/2009 | Durham News (N.C.), The

A program at the University of North Carolina teaches children who are deaf how to speak. The Center for Acquisition of Spoken Language Through Listening Enrichment also trains professionals and parents to work with their children on communication, and offers verbal and auditory therapies for babies and young children. Experts say more parents want spoken-language instruction for children who cannot hear instead of sign language.

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