An important part of raising a child with hearing loss is teaching your child to be their own advocate for their hearing, starting at a young age so they can rely on these skills when they’re older. As mentioned by Dr. Carol Flexer in the Living LSL webinar “How Remote Microphones Make a Difference,” these training cards help families teach their child to confidently communicate and explain their hearing loss, their devices, and more. Used with permission. Flexer C, Nakra R (2020). Self Advocacy – Let Them Soar to New Heights.
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