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Parent Education Sessions

Parent education sessions provide a means for families to learn how to connect with and nurture their child in the early phases of development. As parents develop strategies and confidence in developing early listening and communication skills, the parent-child bond is strengthened.

Extended family members are welcome to attend therapy sessions as well as more formal parent education classes to learn more about issues related to hearing loss.

Qualified staff are on hand to answer questions related to listening skills, spoken language development, social/play skills, behavior management, and overall child development.

Another area of focus for parent education sessions is advocacy. In addition to being a child's first teacher, parents are also a child's advocate when decisions are made regarding medical treatment, educational placement and social difficulties. Staff members share strategies to help families assume this important role with confidence.

Parent-to-Parent Support

Parents of children with hearing loss benefit from interactions with other parents who are on the journey to develop spoken language through listening. The support of families who are new to the auditory oral process as well as those who are further along the journey is a crucial part of the Birth to Three Program at the Carle Auditory Oral School.

Parents find inspiration and hope from meeting families of older children with established communication skills.

   
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