Many deaf Dyslexics are getting immediate results with learning word recognition. As an expert in how people use their visual memory to recall words for all aspects of literacy, in any language, it is excellent to see great results from teaching deaf people who have challenges with literacy. Whether individuals have choclea implants or use sign language the results are the same.
This is a great opportunity to help those who had the double challenge of deafness and poor literacy, whilst at the same time being very intelligent.
Teaching deaf people to use their visual skills for literacy takes just a couple of hours and then all you need is practice and encouragement.
I am interested in doing a research project into this area if you would like to work in collaboration and one of those I have trained is already working in a premier deaf school in the UK.