Amplified – A mini-series podcast about growing up with hearing loss

Katie Radasevich AuD CCC-A (Associate Board Co-Chair) and her parents, Rudy (Board Co-Chair) and Eileen Radasevich discuss Katie’s hearing loss diagnosis on its 30-year anniversary. Katie Radasevich already demonstrated a speech and language delay when she was identified with a significant hearing loss at age two. Listen to Katie and her family share the journey […]

Reading to Children who have a hearing loss

Reading to children who have hearing loss is just as important for overall growth and development as it is for children who have normal hearing. As you are reading to your child, you are helping them develop reading comprehension, visual/tracking skills, expressive and receptive language and vocabulary skills. Below are some principles to use with […]

Reading: It’s More Than Just the Words on a Page

You have heard it a thousand times before: Reading is one of the most important things you can do for your child! As you’re stuck in quarantine, I’m sure reading has quickly become one of your go-to activities. Reading provides children with rich language, but it’s more than reading the words on the page. It […]

Listening, Language, and Speech: Activities for At-Home Learning

This is a troublesome time for the world right now, with a lot of uncertainty surrounding what will happen next. Schools have shut down and parents have taken on the unique role to support student learning in a way like never before.Have no fear! There are so many activities you can do with your child […]