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How Educators Are Trying To Overcome 'Language Deprivation' For Deaf Kids by Carrie Jung

Jen Foundas learned her son William was deaf when he was 6 weeks old.

"It was not what I expected," she says.

Foundas remembers the audiologist was quick to follow up, telling her that everything was going to be fine, but telling her, "you need to learn American Sign Language."


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