Kool Kidz Vidz are brief videos by Kidz for Kidz that talk about experiences, challenges, successes, advocacy, etc! See the possible topics to choose from below.

The only Kool Kidz Vidz that will be available to view are the ones that YOU submit! Please consider contributing one or more student videos!

CLICK HERE  for how to submit a video.  You students can be STARs and inspire others!

HOORAY – we have 10 student videos now. View the Discussion Points to find the video(s) that best fit your student’s interests and issues. Let’s help our students feel stronger about themselves and more okay about their hearing loss/devices!

View the inspiring video by Justin Osmond .

Jade

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Gr 10,severe bilateral loss,
hearing aids

Jacob & Justin

 

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Justin – age 16, implant
Jacob – gr 9, hearing aids

Brian

 

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Grade 11
Hearing aids

Greg

 

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Grade 7, age 14
Hearing aids

Calvin

 

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Age 17, Unilateral Loss
Profound loss – no aid

Elita

 

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Severe mixed loss
Hearing aids

Emma

 

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Grade 11, Unilateral loss
Profound loss – no aid

Brianna

 

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Age 15
Hearing aids

Cameron

 

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Age 15, Mild/Mod Conductive
Bilateral, hearing aid in one ear

Elizabeth

 

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Grade 10, Mild sloping to
moderate, bilateral aids

Katie

 

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Gr 11, bilateral
Hearing aid, FM

NOTE: Depending on your internet connection, a video may buffer for up to 2 minutes before it starts. Please be patient.

It was really tough to get some of these kids in front of a camera, but I wanted them to be speaking from their hearts, so we didn’t rehearse or modify anything and I tried not to jump in if it didn’t seem I needed to. I let them choose which suggested questions they wanted to address and they all really appreciated that. I learned a lot while doing the videos. The best part was that I’m certain each of these students felt stronger after doing the videos than they had beforehand. These videos are a win-win for all! Catherine Madonia, Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Sonoma County Office of Education

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