Tip #2: Read to your child every day. Each time you read to your child, you are helping his/her brain to develop language fluency.

Connect with Parents

IMG_2952Parents play a key role in their child’s development of Listening and Spoken Language (LSL). Sharing your experiences, worries and questions with parents in a similar journey can be a comfort for parents at any stage of their child’s life. If you would like to connect with our parents, visit our blog to read stories written by parents (coming soon!), join us for our Parent Support Group or complete the contact form below. We’d be happy to connect you directly with our current and alumni parents.

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Tip #4: Deaf and hard of hearing children who receive early intervention services have been found to have better language outcomes up to age five.