Tag Archives: listening and spoken language education

A Hearing Loss Podcast – Episode 11 Notes and Transcript

Our 10th Child’s Voice Podcast was released on April 3, 2019.  To listen to the Podcast, please Click Here. Show Notes (Episode transcript below.) In episode 11 of All Ears at Child’s Voice, Jessica and Tatum interviewed a Child’s Voice mother, Dawn. Dawn’s son wears bilateral cochlear implants. Dawn joined us on the show to […]

Grateful November – One Family’s Journey

Child’s Voice Celebrates #GratefulNovember The Schroeders We asked one of our families for the impact that Child’s Voice has had on their family.  Read below for their story… When our oldest was diagnosed with hearing loss, we knew virtually nothing about hearing loss and even less about the resources available for her.  This resulted in myriad […]

Alumni Success Story – Meet Mia

Alumni Success Story – Meet Mia Child’s Voice Alumna Elected to Student Council We are so proud of Mia, a 2015 Child’s Voice graduate!  She is now a 4th grader at Romona Elementary School in Wilmette.  She was elected to her school council by submitting the following letter to her schoolmates: I am interested in […]

Grateful November – Early Intervention

Child’s Voice Celebrates #GratefulNovember Early Intervention “A good teacher is a determined person.” – Gibert Highet The Early Intervention therapists are a very determined group! They work diligently with parents and students to help our birth – three year olds work on early language and listening skills. In our recent Impact Report, we wanted to […]

Grateful November – Teaching Assistants

Child’s Voice Celebrates #GratefulNovember Teaching Assistants are Heroes! Today we continue our celebration of YOU with a thank you to our incredible staff. In our recent Impact Report, we wanted to share the IMPACT made by you and so many supporters on our students, families, community, and staff. One of these folks, that was kind […]

Alumni Success – Abby Tells Her Story

Recently, the Midwest Business Brokers & Intermediaries (MBBI) Association held their annual golf tournament at Hawk’s View Golf Course in Lake Geneva, WI.  Child’s Voice has been fortunate enough to partner with MBBI to change the lives of children with hearing loss. Over 150 golfers came together to network, golf, and raise over $12,000 to support […]

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, […]

Looking for things to do over Spring Break?

Keep Skills Sharp During Spring Break. Help your child stay at the top of his learning game  — no flashcards involved! Spring break means a well-deserved reprieve from homework and daily obligations.  But before you know it, the break will be over and it will be back to the bus stop.  Don’t let school skills […]