For many years it is known that parents’ involvement in the education of children with hearing loss accelerates the language development of the child and parent education has a special place in programs that maintain verbal education. Working with parents in a good collaborative relationship requires certain skills different than working with children. As the educator works with parents “learning-teaching” relation is formed among the adults.
In this respect, certain concepts in adult learning may help teachers to evaluate and reconsider their education practices. Therefore this study aims to describe some basic concepts in adult education and their relations to family-centered practices.