Abstract

Date Presented 04/13/21

Camp staff play a vital role in the occupational and social development of children in residential camps. However, many children with hearing impairments continue to experience exclusion in the inclusive camp environment. Camp staff report that feelings of lack of training and equipment limit their ability to work with this population. This study researched the perspectives of camp staff and parents of children with hearing impairments to develop accessibility and inclusionary strategies.

Primary Author and Speaker: Tiffany Lynee Coles

Additional Authors and Speakers: Rebecca L. S. Knowles

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