Episode 13: Changes in Deaf Education

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Episode 13 Show Notes

In episode 13 of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Child’s Voice Teacher of the Deaf, Elsa Auerbach, discusses her experience working in the deaf education field and teaching children with hearing loss listening and spoken language over the past sixty years. Elsa Auerbach has been teaching since August 1963 and began teaching at Child's Voice one month before the school opened in 1996. She has additionally worked as the head teacher at Northwest Suburban Special Education Organization (NSSEO); taught adult lip reading at the Chicago Hearing Society; and had a private tutoring practice for 35 years.

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