Early Intervention is hosting it Family Picnic on Saturday, July 20 in Frankfurt from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Please see the attached flyer for more details:
ihear Internet Therapy and Early Intervention at St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf has received grant funding to provide free ihear therapy to children who are deaf/hard of hearing, ages 0-3, for up to 14 sessions per child. ihear is an encrypted, HIPAA compliant, listening and spoken language based therapy program over the internet. They have conducted over 3,000 sessions since the program’s inception in 2009 and are currently licensed in 13 states. The ihear scholarship is available to families in Illinois who do not have access to services.
To learn more about the scholarship opportunity, go to http://ihearlearning.org/what-is-ihear/cost-and-funding/ihear-scholarships/ or call Cheryl Broekelmann at 636-532-2672.
Please see the attached flyer for more information:
Cheryl Broekelmann MA, LSLS Cert. AVEd
Listening and Spoken Language Specialist
Director of ihear Education and Early Intervention
The Moog Center for Deaf Education is undertaking a study to determine the effectiveness of tele-intervention for children with hearing loss from birth to age three. They are seeking children with hearing loss, whose families have chosen spoken language as the mode of communication for their child. Weekly services will be provided by the Moog Center staff to families of children who qualify at no cost to the family.
Please see the attached Press Release for more details and contact information.
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Up to date information on what is going on in Illinois.
This newsletter is collaboration between IL Hands & Voices and IL Guide By Your Side with funding provided by Illinois EHDI (Early Hearing Detection and Intervention).
We here at IL Hands & Voices/GBYS believe that “What Works for Your Child is What Makes the Choice Right”, therefore we try to provide information on all methods and modalities for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The information provided in this publication is for you so that you may have the ability to make the right choices for your family. We hope you enjoy it!
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