I remember reading an article by an art therapist who works in ASL with hearing impaired clients and their families. Just as in multi-age family work, art therapy can be a "leveller" of communication between a hearing impaired person and their "hearing-able" loved ones. I suggest you go to Petrea Hansen's page for the bibliography there ( http://www.io.org/~phansen ) or do a PsychInfo journal search on the topic at your local university if you can.
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