Today’s Rehab At Home post is about rhyming. Recognising and generating rhyming words is an important skill for your child to master before learning to read and write. Why Is Rhyming [...]
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 [...]
Captivating string quartets, moving piano solos, and a soulful vocal performance. On paper, it might sound like a normal night at the Haus Der Musik, Innsbruck’s concert hall. But last November’s [...]
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 [...]
Today’s Rehab At Home post is about listening to descriptions. Games that involve listening to descriptions are a great way to help build your child’s listening skills, and ultimately their [...]
“I finally felt like someone was listening to me and understanding how I felt about my hearing loss.” Lynette, from Australia, searched for over 40 years to find a hearing solution. Then she [...]
If you already had good communication skills before you lost your hearing, you might be wondering why you would need someone to help with your rehabilitation at home. The primary role of a [...]
VIBRANT SOUNDBRIDGE recipient Silke shares her experience of leading up to the surgery, and her improved hearing since receiving the middle ear implant.