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
Hi, my name is Arya, and you probably don’t know me. You probably think I’m another normal high schooler just trying to make it through life. Funnily enough, that’s actually pretty accurate. I was born profoundly deaf in both ears.
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
Like any other parent, the diagnosis of our son’s hearing loss was devastating. We went helter-skelter to any and every related professional for help. Undoubtedly they showed us ways and means of treatment and rehabilitation but the belief and hope
The Listening Together team recognizes and respects that each family upon finding out that their child has hearing loss embarks on a journey that lasts a lifetime. Each journey is different, providing unique insights into the experiences of the child,
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,