Tips for Kids, written especially for children with hearing loss in a mainstream classroom, offers ideas about listening and talking with new friends, teachers, and staff. Tips for Friends is designed for coaches, neighbors, babysitters, aunts, uncles and all other friends of children who are deaf and hard of hearing. It provides important information about hearing loss and its impact on communication, as well as helpful hints and tips about communicating with children who have hearing loss.
7 fun science experiments for kids to SEE the sound -- it is hard for kids to understand the concept that sound is wave, these activities make it easier for them to grasp the concept and learn science study skills. Wonderful STEM project ideas for school, home, and homeschool.
In the Early Childhood section: Early Intervention Resources Brain Development and Hearing Loss Communication Choices Smiling, Eye Contact and Early Development Strategies for Keeping Hearing Aids on Young Children Hearing Aid Retention for Young Children Getting Ready to Read Emailable Tips for Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers Children’s brains are developing foundational pathways during the early …
Happy World Teachers’ Day! To celebrate, we’ve got some tips on working with your child’s teacher to help create a positive learning environment for your child with a cochlear implant. Check it out in the latest post on the MED-EL Blog!
"Rivers' Walk" by Nathalie Johnson- A life-changing story for hearing-impaired children and their families, Rivers' Walk tells the story of a vibrant, strong-willed, hearing-impaired bunny who discovers just how much fun wearing hearing aids can be. Wonderfully illustrated and written, Rivers' Walk captures the imagination and encourages hearing-impaired children to embrace and wear their hearing aids.