Term used for hearing children of hoh parent

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  1. Ericka

    Ericka Member

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    I know what the term CODA means. However what is the term for kids of HOH or even late deafened adults?
     
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    I'm not even sure if there is one... have never come across any other than CODA, SODA (spouse of a deaf adult), KODA (kids).
     
  3. Ericka

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    Would they fall under coda than?
     
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    I would think so. Honestly I think your kids can identify themselves however they are comfortable with.
     
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    deafdyke Well-Known Member

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    Yes
     
  6. zeefour

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    I've heard SODA as sibling of Deaf adult
     
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    DeafDucky Well-Known Member

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    Probably right- I'd forgotten that one. It's been so long lol :)
     
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    Me, too.
     
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    That's a new one for me. Pretty fitting because they inevitably pop. LOl
     
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