A LOFT Counselor Speaks about Advocacy, Technology and Exploring the World
We are building a future in which all children have access to early intervention, affordable technology and educational accommodations and support. We need your support!
Mom Catherine Fries Vaughn shares what she wishes other people knew about her daughter's hearing loss.
This video gives step-by-step instructions to parents, teachers, and early interventionists about how to check and monitor hearing aids. Courtesy of NCHAM.
Dr. Suskind will present at the 2013 LSL Symposium. Learn about her work with Project ASPIRE.
How often do you or your child use blue tooth to connect with hearing technology?
You are at the home for families on the Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center. On this page you will find a full listing of information and resources to help you learn about your child's hearing loss, and things you can do to ensure they have access to language as early as possible.
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Oliver, a 12-year-old who has profound, bilateral hearing loss, spent the first four and a half years of his life with his grandparents in Honduras. Their love has remained a constant in Oliver’s tumultuous life, helping him make progress that astounded everyone around him.