3 Hard of Hearing Tutors Found Near Topeka, KS



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Debbie S.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Omaha, NE 68144

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

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Special Education Teacher Who Loves Teaching

Being a special education teacher, I have taught and worked with children who have hearing loss. My daughters have hearing loss and wear hearing aids. I know some basic sign language. I also have access to deaf educators for advice if needed. I have been teaching 20+ years and I love to see the wonder in a student's eyes when they "get it." I am currently working as a special education teacher in a local suburban school district. Over the years I have taught 2nd and 3rd grades, and all grade levels of special education. I teach to all modalities so each child can succeed. I use concre [more]


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Kayla M.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Bellevue, NE 68147

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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Kayla~tutor pre-k through middle school in behavior and school

I work for the Antioch Unified School District, in Antioch CA. I help kids who have special needs in their behavior and schooling. I have worked in classrooms with student anywhere from preschool to middle school who have trouble speaking or don't speak at all. I have also taken basic ASL, so both of these things have prepared me for communicating with anyone who is hard of hearing and knows ASL. Hello! My name is Kayla. I live in Brentwood CA and am wanting to move to Nebraska with my boyfriend as soon as possible. Here, I work for the Antioch Unified School District with kids without, but mo [more]


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Jessica S.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Springfield, MO 65804

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

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Highly Effective Teacher seeks to create life-long learners

I hold a B.S. in Special Education and Communication Sciences and Disorders and have about five years of experience working with students with language and communication disorders, including hearing deficiencies. I became interested in working with students with special needs when I was in high school; a summer spent volunteering at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters in Norfolk, VA convinced me that this was my calling. Ever since, I've spent as much time as possible learning about the variety of different ways that disabilities can affect both life and learning. In college, I accep [more]