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 “Expansion and Extension“. This is another strategy you can use at home with your child to develop their use of spoken language. If your child is using single [...]
CI rehabilitation with your child doesn't require expensive toys and games. Find out how you can use these three everyday household items to build your child's listening and speaking skills!
School has been back in session for a few weeks now, so it’s a good time to check in with your child’s teacher. This is the perfect opportunity to ensure a supportive environment for your child’s [...]
When your child has a cochlear implant, there are two key strategies to help them develop language skills. The first strategy involves surrounding them in an environment of rich listening and [...]
Make rehabilitation both fun and efficient by playing learning games with your child during your daily activities! We share some simple ideas for building your child’s communication skills during [...]
Have you ever wanted to hear straight from another parent about what it’s like to have a child with hearing loss? Mothers know best, as they say! Meet Chelsea, whose one-year-old son Elijah is a [...]