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to my work in progress! My goal is to have this blog/website be a starting point for gathering information and resources related to the many aspects of hearing loss. If you have any suggestions for links or topics, please let me know and I will try and at add them to my ever-growing and ever-changing list. Be sure to stop by periodically for updates or sign up for email notifications.

***For a comprehensive list of links that appears to be more searchable, go to www.delicious.com/hlpuears. I also have a facebook page.***

There are five main areas:

1) Information and Resources
2) Support
3) Products
4) Video
5) Apps for iOS

There may be more than one or two sub-menus to the right of a heading, so make sure you keep scrolling to the right. Also, if you scroll over a word and hold, there may be extra comments in a small text box.

To see ALL of the links in one place, click on Quick View.

*Mobile devices may have an easier time accessing the links via the Quick View page.

Please note that some of the links are specific to Illinois (where I live).

Thank you for visiting!

~ Tina ~

14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. jackie anderson
    Oct 13, 2011 @ 19:56:07

    Thanks tina

    Reply

  2. Sergey
    Nov 03, 2011 @ 11:49:24

    What plugin do you use for drop down menu or is it part of the website theme. Also What plugin do you use for comments. Did you buy this wordpress theme. This is a wordpress right?

    Very nice website. My only suggestion would be make your RSS shortcut on home page a different color so it stands out.

    Reply

    • Tina Childress
      Dec 21, 2011 @ 10:33:21

      Hi Sergey,

      Thanks for your feedback. I’m just using a standard template and the way that I get the tabs is done with the Menu setting and I divided everything into pages. I’ll see if I can add a widget for the RSS.

      ~ tc ~

      Reply

  3. Karen
    Dec 21, 2011 @ 22:14:54

    Hi Tina! I’m new to your blog and was just checking out the info and links. But when I click on the link above (www.delicious.com/hlpuears) I get the following error message: Error 404 – Page Not Found. Other than that… THANK YOU for all of the awesome info you’ve put together here!! Karen

    Reply

    • Tina Childress
      Dec 21, 2011 @ 22:19:07

      Hi Karen – hmmm…that’s weird. I tried tweaking a setting. See if it works now. Thanks!

      Reply

  4. Bruce Harris
    Mar 11, 2012 @ 06:18:07

    Tina, you have a lot of fans! I posted your photo and some of your comments on the Hearing Loss Association of California Facebook page, and you got a passel of likes and comments.
    Your list of apps must be a labor of love, what a lot of work! So I’ve posted a link to that, too, my fans will appreciate it.

    Reply

  5. Lori Degman
    Apr 10, 2012 @ 00:47:42

    Tina, your list of apps is amazing! Thanks so much for the time and effort you put into compiling it! I’m a Hearing Itinerant Teacher and I’m putting together a proposal to get ipads for our teachers and this list is going to be extremely helpful!

    Thanks again!

    Lori

    Reply

  6. Dee Rigg
    Jun 20, 2012 @ 19:00:49

    Hi Tina – I was on the Audiology Online webinar yesterday, so checking out your resources today Would you consider adding a “pin it” button for people on Pinterest?

    Reply

    • Tina Childress
      Jun 23, 2012 @ 10:56:55

      Hi Dee,

      Thanks for your comment! I’m investigating how to add this button to my page…it’s rather complicated because there are restrictions on wordpress.com. This may be the impetus to get me to revamp this website (which I need to badly!).

      ~ tc ~

      Reply

  7. Becky Hitchcock
    Oct 07, 2012 @ 03:55:29

    You have some amazing resources. Thank you! BH

    Reply

  8. Meghan Rakow
    Nov 28, 2012 @ 10:32:13

    Hi Tina.
    I attended a workshop you did at the Philip Rock Center a few months ago and I remember what a wealth of knowledge you have regarding apps, iPads, and creative uses for them. Since then I have actually taken a teaching position with Utah school for the deaf and was ecstatic to find out that they had just received a very generous grant from apple allowing all teachers and students to have their own iPads. My class is very unique (as all deaf Ed classes are) in that I co-teach a gen Ed 4/5 split but there are 5 HI students who are pretty much mainstreamed the whole day. My predicament comes in as to when to use the iPads and are there any good apps that a small group (deaf and hearing) can use. Im new to your website so I plan on exploring around a bit still. Looks great so far! Thanks!

    Meghan

    Reply

  9. Jane Seaton
    Nov 15, 2013 @ 01:57:11

    Hey, Tina,
    Your info/links are a wonderful resource, and I’m still trying to figure out how to list a link for PAs/parents in the SKI*HI CI section update. I can get here by links you post, but when I type in http://www.delicious.com/hipuears I get the same error message that Karen described a couple of years ago (Dec. 2011 above). Thanks for all your hard work and support for all our families out there! Jane

    Reply

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