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Children who hear 40 million words by age 4 develop early conversational skills and do better in school. Help your child with hearing loss meet this goal!
This handout describes what to expect for your baby's hearing evaluation and how you prepare. Learn...
Wondering how long your baby needs to wear their hearing devices? Learn more about eyes open, ears on and what it means!
A helpful guide for parents of children with hearing loss. Learn more about how to decide and what to do.
There’s basic building blocks to literacy. These are the skills your child with hearing loss will need to be successful in reading, school, and life.
There are changes you can make in your home make listening easier. Get our tips for creating an LSL-friendly home.
The LSL journey is more like a wheel than a straight line. It’s a proven path that helps children with hearing loss learn to listen and talk.
Learn about your baby’s hearing evaluation and what you can do to prepare for it. This infant hearing test will confirm if your baby has hearing loss.
Set your child with hearing loss up for success by establishing a positive working relationship with your child’s teacher.
Learn more about the importance of hearing experiences for early brain development. You can grow your baby’s hearing brain for listening, talking, and reading.
An experience book is a homemade book by a parent and child to capture what’s important to the child. Learn how to make one!
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