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© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org Parent-centered Services for Families with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children Birth to 5 Years
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org John Tracy Clinic History 1942: Mrs. Louise Tracy started a parent education group called John Tracy Study Group 1943: John Tracy Clinic Incorporated
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org John Tracy Clinic Mission Hope Guidance Encouragement To families Without charge Worldwide
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org John Tracy Clinic Services for Families All services are parent- centered Audiology Parent workshops Parent-infant programs Parent participation preschool Correspondence education Summer session
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org John Tracy Clinic Services for Families All services include counseling support All direct services staff are trained in counseling strategies
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org John Tracy Clinic Services for Families All group activities for families include support group: Parent workshops Friday Family School Preschool Summer Sessions
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org Purpose of Support Group Sharing stories Emotional & practical support Sharing resources Providing information Parent-to-parent mentoring Strengthening the family and community Developing new skills such as advocacy
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org John Tracy Clinic Parent-Infant Services KNOWLEDGE IS POWER Parent workshops Demonstration home Friday Family School
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org John Tracy Clinic Preschool Program Parents participate in preschool Work day Individual and group meetings Preschool support group
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org John Tracy Clinic Additional Programs PALS correspondence and online parent education Summer Sessions
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org Empowered Parents Create community Create opportunity from adversity Transform grief into dreams
© John Tracy Clinic 2009 www.jtc.org For More Information www.jtc.org Mary Beth Goring: firstname.lastname@example.org@jtc.org
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