On the occasion of International Cochlear Implant Day, we celebrate the invention of cochlear implants and the ongoing research that allows thousands of children who are deaf and hard of hearing access sound to listen and speak. A cochlear implant done
This is a a guest post by Akanksha Dhuri, an audiologist and teacher of DHH students at Dhvani Early Intervention Center – Save the Children India in Mumbai, India. Akanksha attended our webinar on Parent-Professional Partnerships, presented by Dr. Jenna
For more than two years Listening Together’s co-founder Ahladhini Rao Dugar has been providing tele-intervention to families in India and around the world. When we describe this service delivery model we hear comments such as “Families get all intervention online?
Many families want their children who are deaf or hard of hearing to use and understand more than one spoken language. In many communities this is important for communicating effectively at home, at school, and in the community. Parents wonder
From the time a child is diagnosed with hearing loss the child and the family are on a journey that might be different than other families they know. This is a journey that at times can be rewarding or challenging. While
Families of children who are deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) who live in India face certain barriers in their search for intervention and education services appropriate for their child. To create sustainable change in the early diagnosis and intervention process,