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Has your child heard 45 million words?

Has your child heard 45 million words? They should by age 4. Happy July! This year, I spent July 4th in Chicago on the rooftop of a close friend. The fireworks were fabulous! And, you could see all the way to the suburbs – what great views!  There were many children at the party, and their […]

Child’s Voice celebrates Better Hearing & Speech Month

May is Better Speech & Hearing Month During the month of May, Child’s Voice is celebrating Better Hearing & Speech Month by featuring all of our Programs in a “Spotlight Saturday” feature.  This week’s feature is on the Administrative Support Team.  We have introduced you to the Audiology, Early Intervention and Schools Programs which deal […]

Words from Dr. Michele: Celebrating Better Hearing & Speech Month

May is Better Hearing & Speech Month At Child’s Voice, we are experts at what we do. We teach infants through lower elementary aged children with hearing loss how to listen and speak. We are extremely good at doing this. On May 17th, 11 of our students graduated! Yes, the graduates wore caps and gowns! […]

Child’s Voice celebrates Better Hearing & Speech Month

During the month of May, Child’s Voice will be celebrating Better Hearing & Speech Month by featuring all of our Programs in a “Spotlight Saturday” feature.  This week’s feature is on our Audiology Center. Good access to sound builds the foundation needed for a child to learn, to listen and to speak. Our resident audiologists, […]

Child’s Voice staff and families enjoy “Read Around Town” event

CHILD’S VOICE STUDENTS ON THE ROAD TO READING On Saturday, the Child’s Voice Read Around Town Program hosted dozens of parents and children for the “Road to Reading” literacy workshop. This event featured four pit stops for families to learn about different reading components. The pit stops focused on reading strategies, comprehension, sight words, phonics, […]

Hear from Board Member Mitchell Knopoff

Child's Voice Board member, Mitchell Knopoff

Child’s Voice announces Smiling Voice Fund Board Member Mitchell Knopoff helped us kick off our Smiling Voices Fund in February.  This annual fund support will directly impact Child’s Voice programs including the Early Intervention and School Programs, Mainstream Outreach and Support, and the Audiology Center. To donate, please Click Here.

Child’s Voice partners with Northwestern University Research Group

CHILD’S VOICE PARTNERS WITH NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY RESEARCH GROUP –  Helping children with hearing loss. The Child’s Voice School Program is partnering with Northwestern University’s Early Intervention Research Group (EIRG). This collaboration will improve treatment and intervention methods for children with hearing loss. Northwestern University’s Early Intervention Research Group’s overall mission is to support and enhance […]

Can’t hear the T.V.? 3 tips for watching television with hearing loss.

We came across this great blog written by Angie Aspinall from Hearing Like Me, and wanted to share it with you… Is hearing loss spoiling your enjoyment of watching television? If you have trouble following what is being said on television, you are not alone. According to NIDCD’s estimates, approximately 28.8 million U.S. adults could benefit from […]

Alumni Success Story – Meet Ryne

Alumni Success Story – Meet Ryne We are so very proud of Ryne, Class of 2005.  Here is his story: My twin brother Kyle and I were born critically ill.  My hearing loss is attributed to treatments I received after I was born.  I was aided at 8 months old and continue to wear hearing […]

Lovin’ Literacy – Tips on Decoding for Early Readers

Reading is a process, and once students have the knowledge of letters and letter sounds, they can start to decode on their own.  When your child is reading independently, it is important for them to have a process for sounding out “tricky words”.  Here are some strategies you can practice at home: Start to say […]