Tag Archives: listening and spoken language

Alumni Success Story – Congrats Sydney!

Congratulations to Child’s Voice 2008 Graduate, Sydney! Congratulations to Child’s Voice Class of 2008 Graduate, Sydney. Sydney is a member of the Mundelein High School gymnastics team. She recently won first place on the uneven bars, and her team won first place in their regionals. To read more, visit https://www.dailyherald.com/…/mundelein-wins-regional-title… Way to go, Sydney! We are […]

Child’s Voice Launches Crayola ColorCycle

Turn Markers into Energy by Donating Used Markers to our ColorCycle Program! We are excited to announce the launch of our Crayola ColorCycle – an amazing program devised to re-purpose used markers rather than sending them to landfills. Since 2013, the Crayola  ColorCycle program has re-purposed more than 70 tons of expended markers in the US […]

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 […]

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 […]

A Hearing Loss Podcast – Episode 6 Notes

Our 6th Child’s Voice Podcast was released on November 7, 2018.  To listen to the Podcast, please Click Here. Show Notes On today’s episode of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Tatum and Jessica interviewed Landon Lacey on the topic of Theory of Mind. Here are some of the takeaways: Theory of mind is […]

Understanding Audiology Terminology

Understanding Audiology Terms & Lingo Guest Blog Post – Dr. Dawn Violetto One thing is certain in Audiology…WE LOVE OUR ACRONYMS! CPA, VRA, CI, HA, SF, SFA, SPIN!  What language are we speaking?  Martian?!!!!!   Audiology is a world filled with short cuts and abbreviations when writing, which only have meaning to those whole dwell in […]

Happy Halloween from Dr. Michele

Dr. Michele shares the latest from Child's Voice.

Happy Halloween! Here is the latest from Dr. Michele! Links to the reports that Dr. Michele shared: FY2018 Childs Voice Impact Report or here to see past Impact Reports, Child’s Voice Strategic Plan 2019-2021.

A Hearing Loss Podcast – Episode 5 Notes

Our fifth Child’s Voice Podcast was released on October 24, 2018.  To listen to the Podcast, please Click Here. Episode 5 Show Notes On today’s episode of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Tatum and Jessica interviewed fellow colleague and Teacher of the Deaf, Anna Tess, and parent of a child with […]

Kindness Patrol Launched at Child’s Voice

Child's Voice Kindness Patrol offers students a chance to recognize kind acts.

Celebrating Kindness at Child’s Voice Child’s Voice has announced a new sheriff in town… the Kindness Patrol! This year has been a celebration of being a good neighbor and the importance of kindness. Students are acting as Kindness Patrol officers, encouraging and recognizing one another when they find them doing kind acts toward one another. […]

Technology Advances Learning at Child’s Voice

Child's Voice students learn from Ms. Heather using a SMART Board in class.

Child’s Voice has added SMART Board technology to five of its classrooms through the help of community supporters.  The Program continues to seek support for its SMART Board Project to install this exciting technology into each classroom. A SMART Board is an interactive whiteboard that functions as a touch screen, allowing students and teachers to […]