A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family by Lou Ann Walker
A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family Lou Ann Walker ebook
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
I would encourage you, if you haven't already done so, to join a local and/or online writing group. A loss for words: The story of deafness in the family. Our family doctor was reassuring and told us that Kate had passed her infant hearing screening test, and her hearing 'should be fine'. However, children who are deaf and born to hearing parents generally start learning language later, and with less consistent and less useful experiences. A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family by Lou Ann Walker - Classified Ad. Sincerely, Full of Words Dear Words, That is exciting about your book-writing endeavors. A Loss for Words is a book written by Lou Ann Walker that talks about things that deaf people go through in their normal everyday life. Deaf parents on the other hand send their kids to such places to learn how to live with other people. Lou Anne's grandparents from her father's ,Gale, side of the family sent their son to such a school as they were overwhelmed with taking care of the rest of the six siblings (56-57). At age 13 The patient does not have a history of seizures or any other neurological deficits, and there is also no family history of macrocephaly. Your Price: $7.31- A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family From the time she was a toddler, Lou Ann Walker was the ears and voice for her deaf parents. There is no clear explanation why, but compared with individuals with normal hearing, those with hearing loss have an increased risk of developing dementia. I am part of the Heart of America Christian Writers Network and landed my editor and publisher for my book, Confessions of a Lip Reading Mom, from past HACWN writing Raised in a hearing family, Shanna traces her hearing loss to a genetic loss on the paternal side of her family. Females with DIS Her language at age 13 months was appropriately limited to babbling and a few words. Such children do not share a native language with their family. Born in the Midwest in 1952, Walker is one of three hearing daughters of Gale and Doris Jean Walker, both deafened as babies by illnesses. This is much more of a story than the subtitle suggests, beautifully written and deeply affecting. Sensorineural hearing loss and male infertility (Deafness-Infertility Syndrome; DIS) is a contiguous gene deletion syndrome resulting from homozygous deletion of the CATSPER2 and STRC genes on chromosome 15q15.3.