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Indianapolis Student Bridges Deaf And Hearing Culture

When she was less than two years old, the Katters decided to teach their daughter sign language and enroll her in classes at the Indiana School for the Deaf (ISD) in Indianapolis. Neither of Margaret Katter’s parents is deaf, but her mom is a speech language pathologist and her aunt is an audiologist. “All along […]

Deaf Student Uses Cochlear Implant To Hear, Learn

If there were a poster child for cochlear implants, Grant Phillips would be it. When Phillips was born, he was completely deaf. After exploring several options, his parents heard about a new procedure that had been shown to restore hearing loss at a very successful rate. The first surgeries and FDA studies for cochlear implants, […]

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