The holidays are upon us, meaning lots of family gatherings and get-togethers are coming too. Whether or not you realize it now, each family member and friend in the room can be a part of your LSL journey with your child who is deaf or hard of hearing. Read how to include them and increase your community of support below.
Your extended family and close friends play an important role in your child’s life. The better they understand key information about your child’s hearing loss and LSL strategies, the more equipped they’ll be to effectively support you in teaching your child to learn to listen and talk. But with all the vital information out there related to hearing loss and Listening and Spoken Language (LSL), where do you start?
At Hearing First, we want you to know that you don’t have to go in alone on the LSL journey. By implementing some of these action steps, you can build your community of support and share the many joys that come with watching your child learn to listen and talk!
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