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Child’s Voice announces Laurie McMahon as 2018 Voice from the Heart Honoree

CHILD’S VOICE ANNOUNCES LAURIE MCMAHON AS 2018 VOICE FROM THE HEART HONOREE   Child’s Voice has selected Laurie McMahon as the 2018 Voice from the Heart Honoree, an award that will be shared at the November 3, 2018 Child’s Voice Autumn Gala.  The Gala raises funds to support Child’s Voice programs that benefit students with […]

Baby Beats

Music-based early intervention app makes listening exercises fun We are happy to share this article posted by www.hearinglikeme.com about  BabyBeats™, a musical journey of sounds, music and voice helping little ones learn to listen and communicate. Child’s Voice currently uses the app in therapy sessions.  To read the complete article, please Click Here. Written by Melissa Hyder […]

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 […]

FHSR Associate Board presents Bowling With Friends

The Foundation for Hearing and Speech Rehabilitation Associate Board is holding their “Bowling With Friends” event at Pinstripes in Oak Brook on Sunday March 4th from noon to 2:00 pm.  Children 5 years of age and older are invited to attend this fun, free bowling and pizza party.  This event will be an excellent way […]

2018 Camp Lions

Camp Lions Camp We are excited to share the Camp Lions 2018 camp session dates.  Many of our students have attended in the past, and have really enjoyed it.  Camp Lions is also introducing a new High Adventure Tech Camp.  The camps are one week long.  For a schedule and registration form, please Click Here.    […]

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 […]

The Importance of Board Games

  With school closing for two weeks, parents may ask themselves, “What will keep my little ones happy and us sane?”  There is a simple answer – Board Games! What your child wants most — and needs — is to be with you with no goal in mind beyond the joy of spending time together. Playing games […]

Don’t miss Roscoe Village WinterFEST!

The Roscoe Village WinterFEST is a two day event on Saturday, December 2nd and Sunday, December 3rd.  The FEST kicks-offs with a tree lighting ceremony at 5:00PM on Saturday followed by lots of holiday shopping up and down the Roscoe Street entertained by carolers.  The festivities continue into Sunday with several family activities planned.  What […]

Hearing Loss – a Mother’s Journey

We wanted to share this blog, written by a mother in our Early Invention Toddler Group.  Colleen has a son born with profound unilateral hearing  loss and Auditory Neuropathy.  “If your child has been diagnosed with a special need of any kind, it can be overwhelming and isolating at times, but it can also be […]