Listening and Spoken Language….

Listening and Spoken Language/ Auditory Verbal Therapy

Professionals who are certified in supporting families and children to develop spoken language are known as Listening and Spoken Language Specialists (LSLS™). They work in a variety of settings: home-based intervention, private therapy practices, clinical centers, cochlear implant centers, as well as in public and private schools. LSLS guide and coach families in interactive activities aimed at building auditory skills and developing spoken language. The parents become the primary facilitators of their child’s language development.

LSLS are designated as either:

Therapists – LSLS Certified Auditory-Verbal Therapists (LSLS Cert. AVT.) or

Educators – LSLS Certified Auditory-Verbal Educators (LSLS Cert. AVEd)

The following links are recommended to gain in depth information.

Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center

About Listening and Spoken Language

Learn about Listening and Spoken Language Specialists

Locate an LSLS

Tele-intervention EI program, it’s FREE!!!

Beginning later this summer, Child’s Voice will be participating in a grant that provides FREE tele-intervention for Early Intervention families of children with hearing loss who would like a listening and spoken language approach. Ideally, the project would like to be able to reach families that have difficulty finding service providers in their area, especially providers with experience teaching the listening and spoken language approach.  Please see the following press release for more information:

Child’s Voice Announcement

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