This research paper is part of an extensive study conducted by the researcher on parental treatment methods and its relationship to irrational thoughts and future anxiety among a sample of students with hearing impairment. Many of the hearing impaired suffer from some problems that hinder the process of their proper integration with society. As a result of irrational thoughts that cause anxiety in the future, pushing the owner into a state of confusion, pessimism, anticipation of disasters, loss of a sense of security, and fear of family, social and economic problems. Therefore, the study aimed: to diagnose the level of prevalence of future anxiety among students with hearing impairment, and to discuss the relationship between parenting methods as perceived by students with disabilities and the level of prevalence of future anxiety they have. The study adopted the relational descriptive approach. The study population consisted of (100) male and female students at Al-Amal School for grades (7-12), which was adopted as a sample for the study. The researcher built a measure of future anxiety from (21) statements distributed in three dimensions: the health personality, the social family, and the professional economic. The statistical methods that were used: Descriptive analysis, and Pearson correlation coefficient. The results showed: that the level of future anxiety among students with hearing impairment was low. The health personal dimension obtained the highest averages, the social, family dimension, and finally the professional economic dimension.