Hear and See Strictly No Elephants being read and captioned and in ASL
Hear and See The Snowy Day being read and captioned and in ASL
Did you know that cochlear implant users perceive pitch in an entirely different way than normal hearing listeners? This can sometimes make it difficult for people with cochlear implants to appreciate the melody of music or understand tone of voice. Let’s put this into an analogy on the piano. Pretend that all the keys on […]
Hear and See How the Grinch Stole Christmas being read and captioned and in ASL
Louise Hart, long time Board Director, passed away peacefully at her home on May 1, 2020 at the age of 99. As a founding member of the Foundation for Hearing & Speech Rehabilitation (FHSR), Mrs. Hart helped to shape the mission of the Foundation and provided an unmatched level of commitment to helping individuals who are living with hearing loss.
2020 has not looked like any other year we have seen, causing parents and caregivers to wear even more hats when it comes to their children’s education. Parents and Caregivers have become science teachers, gym teachers, lunch room helpers and art instructors (to name a few) as schools have moved to online classrooms. With a […]
Supporting Deaf/Hard of Hearing Children from Identification to Education : Video Recording Now Available
The FHSR Speaker Series 2020: Supporting Deaf/Hard of Hearing Children from Identification to Education webinar recording is now available. Video webinar preview The original FHSR Speaker Series event occurred on February 6, 2020 at Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois and featured experts in pediatric hearing loss discussing the current best practices during the journey of DHH children […]
Pediatric Cochlear Implant program provides support for families and professionals in today’s changing landscape
Jen Haney, Hart Family Cochlear Implant Education Coordinator, has been incredibly busy in her efforts to meet the sudden needs of parents and professionals brought about by the pandemic. As professionals, therapists, and parents navigate the new normal through e-learning and teletherapy, Jen has consulted with those in need by providing resources, strategies, and recommendations […]
Greetings- on behalf of the Board of Directors and myself, we hope this finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. As we navigate these unprecedented times, we are touched by the spirit and community that has come together to support children and families in need. The challenges we face remind us of what […]
FHSR sat down with the amazing Mallory Evangelides, team captain for Mal’s Pals, and her mom Jennifer Evangelides, to chat about the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago’s Move for the Kids 5K Run/Walk event. Please join us at Move for the Kids on Sunday, May 19th at 9:00 am on the Chicago Lakefront!