3 Hard of Hearing Tutors Found Near Portland, OR



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Heidi M.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Oregon City, OR 97045

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 18 ratings

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Heidi M, Oregon City

My background is in deaf education. I have a Master's degree in deaf and hard of hearing studies from Lewis and Clark College. I taught three years at two different residential schools in the Middle School department. My teaching experience goes back 25 years when I first started teaching middle school students at Washington School for the Deaf. I also taught language arts at Oregon School for the Deaf for two years before putting my career on hold to raise three children. Through the past 17 years of schooling, my kids have been in charter schools, special ed programs, homeschooling, and [more]


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Wendy V.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Puyallup, WA 98371

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 18 ratings

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Educational Sign Language Interpreter

I am an Educational Sign Language Interpreter and work with Deaf and Hard of Hearing students ranging from kindergarten to High School. Part of my job involves tutoring when not interpreting. I also work with Deaf and Hard of Hearing students with various Special Needs. Hello, I have been an Educational Sign Language Interpreter for 10 years now, interpreting mostly for secondary students in all subjects. I took two years of ASL at Seattle Central Community College and two years at The American Sign Language Institute of Seattle where I also took classes in deaf culture. While I w [more]


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KC B.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Seattle, WA 98126

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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ESL/ELL Tutor

I have been using sign language since I was 9 years old. I began studying for my own information, then a deaf kid moved into my neighborhood and we became friends- initiated because I could "speak" her language. Later, at age 12, I became a babysitter for another deaf kid, and since I was the only person outside of his family that could communicate with him so I was his interpreter. I studied Deaf Education and Sign Language (ASL and SEE) in university. As a middle school teacher, I was the only staff member in my school able to sign, so the only deaf kid in the school was placed in my c [more]