Students learn firsthand about hearing impairments

06/19/2013 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

Students with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges at Waynesville High School in Ohio have access to trained peer support through the school's supportive peers program. The program includes a curriculum aimed at helping students better understand what it's like to have a disability. For a recent lesson, students spent a day wearing ear plugs to simulate the experiences of individuals with hearing impairments.

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