When it comes to hearing implants, there’s no doubt about it: The most important thing for your child is hearing performance. But, for a lot of kids with hearing implants, something else matters [...]
Experience books are a fun, easy, and inexpensive way to develop your child’s listening, language, and speech skills. We’re going to look more at what an experience book is and explain some ways [...]
Today’s Rehab At Home post is about sabotage. Although the word ‘sabotage’ has a slightly negative connotation, in rehabilitation we use ‘sabotage’ to help children learn about communication. [...]
Today’s Rehab At Home post is about using small, daily problems that come up at home to teach your child new language. We’re going to look more at how we can identify opportunities that arise [...]
Today’s Rehab At Home post is about “Listening first”. This strategy is about providing your child with auditory information first, before giving visual cues—in other words, adding words to your [...]
Parents of children with hearing loss are more likely to focus on teaching their child ‘concrete’ language—for example objects, actions, colors and numbers. Parents are likely to use less [...]
Today’s Rehab At Home post is about “temporal concepts”, or in short, “how to talk about a sequence of events”. Temporal concepts involve words such as “first” and “next”, [...]
Today’s Rehab At Home post is about Theory of Mind (or ToM for short). For children with hearing loss, ToM can be challenging to master without support. In this blog post, we’ll show you how you [...]
We chat with 24-year-old Max about his first memories as a cochlear implant user, his thoughts on technological developments in the past decades, and what he appreciates most about his hearing.
Yoga and hearing implants—seems unusual, right? Be prepared to be surprised how yoga could help your child!