Hearing Parents-Deaf Children Relationship CAP College-School for the Deaf September 11, 2009 JOY L.CRISTAL, M.A.PSYCHOLOGY, RGC [email_address]
90 % 10 % 10 % ng mga Deaf may Deaf Parents 90% ng mga Deaf my Hearing Parents WALANG KAHANDAAN SA PAGKAKAROON NG DEAF NA ANAK
Challenge in relating with your Deaf children STARTING UP:
Communication Barriers Try to speak. I don’t know sign language. “ Better write …” Oh, he does not understand my gestures and signs.
ANG KAPALIGIRANG KUNG SAN ANG DEAF AY NAMUMULAT, LUMALAGO AT NATUTUTO DEVELOPMENTAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE DEAF
A. The Developmental Environment Ang Pamiyang Nakakarinig The Hearing Family Komunidad ng mga Taong Nakakarinig The Hearing Community Komunidad ng Mga Deaf The Deaf Community The Deaf Child
The Deaf & the Hearing Community DEAF HEARING FAMILY HEARING COMMUNITY
Deaf World Hearing World A deaf child is caught between two worlds.
PARENTS TEACHERS STRANGERS PROFESSIONALS RELATIVES PEERS NEIGHBORS SIBLINGS DEAF SELF What does it mean to be deaf? Am I normal? Am I OKAY? Am I inferior? SOCIAL VIEWPOINT MEMBERS OF OTHER COMMUNITIES
Hearing Community Hearing Family Deaf Group Deaf Community
Deaf way Deaf World Deaf Culture Deaf people are members of a culture & a linguistic minority sector. Hearing World
<ul><li>SOCIOEMOTIONAL NEEDS –acceptance, belonging, HAPPINESS, friendship, support, IDENTITY, etc. </li></ul>2. LEARNING NEEDS -language, news, stories, information, etc. 3. IDEALS & ASPIRATIONS AS DEAF PEOPLE ‘ FOUND IT!