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/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, FHSR has been dedicated to providing support to both the child and the family through our wrap around services.
PARENT SERVICES & ORGANIZATIONS
Schools & Local Organizations
Date – Saturday, October 23, 2021
Time – 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Place – Live VITURAL Concert
FHSR is so excited to welcome Laurie Berkner, a nationally beloved children’s music artist as our Cheers for Ears 2021 entertainment.
We will be singing, dancing and making music together virtually, while staying safe at home.
Laurie shares her talent with audiences all over the world through her YouTube channel.
MUSIC TO MY EARS (MTME) SCHOLARSHIP
Finding the right organizations with which to partner is crucial in any support service setting, and even more so in the pediatric world. FHSR has always placed the highest priority on its strategic partnerships, from Michael Reese Hospital to Northwestern University to the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago to the Chicago Hearing Society. For almost sixty years, the Foundation has sought out leading organizations on the forefront of addressing issues surrounding hearing loss. We continue to vet potential partners to help us support our mission and vision creating life changing social service programs and community outreach.