Your newborn or toddler was just diagnosed with a hearing loss. Now it’s suggested that a stranger comes into your home several times a month to do language therapy with you and your baby. This [...]
A few weeks ago we posted about How To Use 3 Everyday Objects For CI Rehabilitation At Home. It was so popular that we are back with another 3 objects, which you can use for simple and fun [...]
Barrier games are a group of games that require communication between two or more players to solve a puzzle or to create matching pictures or scenes. The rules are simple and the games are fun so [...]
Single-sided deafness (SSD) occurs when there is a profound hearing loss in one ear, and normal hearing in the other. Children with SSD may experience significant difficulties listening and [...]
All parents of children with hearing implants want their child to be able to listen and talk, but communication is so much more than that. Communication is social in nature and allows people to [...]
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!
Once your child receives their cochlear implant, they will be introduced to a wonderful world full of different sounds. You will need to help your child understand the context or meaning of these [...]
Home is a place of comfort, safety, love, meals, relaxation, importance, value, and endless communication. For a person with hearing loss or a hearing implant user, home can sometimes be a [...]