Protocols, Articles and Texts


Educational Audiology Handbook 2nd Edition (C.D. Johnson & J. Seaton) (2012)

The Educational Audiology Handbook is the resource for every school-based audiologist as well as teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing and speech-language pathologists who are working with students with varying hearing levels. The 2nd edition of the Handbook includes four new chapters covering classroom acoustics, counseling, early intervention, and deaf education practices in addition to numerous appendices. A CD is included that contains all of the forms and protocols for downloading and adaptation for personal use. The text is available on Amazon as well as through the publisher at

Educational Advocacy for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing: The Hands & Voices Guidebook

Authors: C.D. Johnson, J DesGeorges, & L. Seaver. (2013 by Hands & Voices Publications)

A definitive, comprehensive, focused compilation for advocates:


1. Introduction to Special Education

2. Special Considerations for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

3. A Question of Eligibility

4. The ABC's of FAPE and LRE

5. Assessment & Evaluation

6. IEPs

7. Procedural Safeguards

8. The Four R's of Advocacy

9. Leaping "Hurdle Talk" in an IEP

10. Advanced Advocacy Strategies and Case Law

11. The Finesse of Advocacy