Teacher with hearing impairment gets assist from service dog

A Florida elementary-school teacher who is deaf says he might be the first in his district to use a hearing dog at school. Chris Hamstra, who teaches students with hearing impairments and special needs, is able to read lips, but his service dog, Hiro, notifies him of sounds, such as an alarm clock, alerts from his colleagues or immediate student needs.

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