From education to equipment support to social interactions: Our goal is for deaf and hard of hearing children and young adults to be on par with their hearing peers.
From education to equipment support to social interactions our goal is for deaf/hard of hearing children and young adults to be on par with their hearing peers.
We need your help to make this year our most successful year ever!
Help us support the crutial services provided by the Audiology and Cochlear Implant Program at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
When your child is diagnosed with hearing loss, it can be a stressful time when you are inundated with new information. As parents, relatives and professionals who work with deaf and hard of hearing children, our Board is uniquely aware of the challenges families face when a child has been identified with hearing loss. For over 60 years, we have been a foundation dedicated to providing support to both the child and the family through our wrap around services.
Our 6-week tuition-free summer music therapy program will focus on listening to and making music to encourage careful listening; singing and playing songs and making music together.
1846 W. Belmont Ave. Chicago, Il.
Thursdays 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Hello Baby – 600 E 61st St, Chicago Il.
Tuesdays 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Music Makers of Western Springs –
4332 Howard Ave.Western Springs, Il.
Fridays 10 am – 11am
FHSR announces a Tuition-Free Summer Music Therapy Program
Created specifically for Deaf and hard of hearing children ages 5-8 years of age, this unique program will be offered at 3 locations thoughout Chicagoland
Meeting once a week for an hour over the course of 6 weeks, this fun and engaging program will sharpen your child’s listening skills while boosting their self-esteem, socialization, and articulation along with their DHH peers in a fun musical setting.
Cheers for Ears!
July 16th 10:00 am at Ravinia
Featuring Laurie Berkner!
Join FHSR for our Free Family Concert for Children with Hearing Loss at Ravinia on July 16th at 10:00 am.
Sing, Dance, Act Silly and Gather with other families and kids with hearing loss and enjoy beautiful Ravinia Park for this FREE Concert featuring the queen of kids music Laurie Berkner!
Cheers for Ears celebrates the power of hearing and the joy of music for kids with hearing loss. FHSR is committed to creating fun FREE events to gather our DHH kids and community.
Sponsored by Howard & Howard
Law for Business
Over the years we have been so inspired by the FHSR Move for Kids participants and the amazing team of Mal’s Pals – Mallory Evangelides and her mom Board member Jennifer Evangelides. Our community has come together under blue skies and rainstorms, because we’d do anything to provide a healthier future for every child with hearing loss.
Join FHSR and Mals Pals and Move for Kids
Presented by Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
This year FHSR and Mal’s Pals are going to Move together! Move for Kids activities is June 12,2022 at Soldier Field Stadium Green.
- Move for Kids is a free 3-mile walk and rally for our patients, families, friends and neighbors, Move than just a walk, Move for Kids is a celebration of community, family and what’s possible when we come together for the kids we care about.
- It’s free to register for Move for Kids. 100% of donations made to our Team Mal’s Pals and FHSR will be used to support the Audiology Department and FHSR Programming including the Hart Family Cochlear Implant Educational Liaison.
Click Here to join our team and raise funds for the Lurie Children’s Audiology Department !
To meet this initiative FHSR will be adding to the Ages & Stages Resources program sections broken down by key benchmarks in your deaf or hard of hearing child’s life.
We will be covering Language Development, School Choice, Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and 504 Plans, and Technology informational support.
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We hope you will consider making a gift to support these children. Thank you!