Curtis Pride

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January 8, 2016








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At the age of 9-months, Curtis was diagnosed as congenitally deaf with a profound (85%-95%) sensorineural loss. He had lost most of his ability to hear. (Griffin) (Berke) The Pride family moved to Silver Springs, Maryland in 1971. From the start of his schooling, Curtis was enrolled in special classes...
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From the start of his schooling, Curtis was enrolled in special classes. These classes focused on oral education of deaf children. At the age of nine, and starting with the fourth grade, he was mainstreamed into the public school system in Silver Spring. Curtis hated being different. He preferred to lip read as opposed to learning sign language...
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