3 Hard of Hearing Tutors Found Near Saint Paul, MN

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Heidi L.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Saint Paul, MN 55102

Will travel 0 miles

$62 per hour.

4.97 301 ratings

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Creative Tutor for All Students and Learning Styles

Since I was 12 years old, I have been using ASL as a form of communication with individuals who are hearing impaired. I am able to fingerspell with extreme rapidity and have an adequate vocabulary of signs. I have worked with both students and colleagues who are moderately to severely hearing impaired and who communicated only via ASL, only through lip reading or through a combination of the two. I have spent a considerable amount of time with ASL interpreters to learn how to organize a classroom that maximizes the learning experience for a hearing impaired student. They taught me the bas [more]

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Kimberly C.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Bemidji, MN 56601

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

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Experienced Language Facilitator Specializing in ASL

I currently work in an education setting that allows me to use ASL as my primary way of communicating with select students to whom range from Hard of Hearing to Non Verbal. I was originally taught by a Deaf instructor as well as am very experienced with working with members of the Deaf Community. Hello! I'm Kimmy! I specialize in tutoring with American Sign Language! I graduated the ASL Certification Program from Minnesota Community and Technical College - Moorhead in 2018. I have had teachers for ASL both Deaf and hearing so I have seen many different ways of teaching the language to other st [more]

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Juilie L.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Minneapolis, MN 55425

Will travel 6 miles

$35 per hour.

4.38 13 ratings

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Julie's Tutoring (Reading Improvement focus)

I am severely hearing impaired myself. I do not use sign language but have some limited knowledge of ASL. I am familiar with listening devices and assistive equipment. I have two adopted (adult) children, a daughter who taught herself to read and a son who struggled and struggled. This led to my gaining experience in understanding teaching methods. I began working as a paraprofessional substitute in the Bloomington District and worked with students with a variety of special needs. I spent some time working with autism students in Minneapolis. After getting a short call teaching license, [more]