The Hear On suite of learning videos was created for families of children identified with permanent hearing loss. They were each created with a clear parent need for information in mind. They are roughly ordered as we think parents may best make use of them. But of course each family has their own particular journey. The videos start with the first ABR appointment and move on from there. Watch them in order, or jump around as you like. Invite others important to your child’s care to come watch as well. Welcome. Please come back often to see if we have posted something new.
Each video was crafted and revised based on the input and feedback of established professionals in the field of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. We are also hoping to collect feedback from parents who can help us by pointing the way to new videos and how to revise our current videos to better meet their needs. Let us know what you think. Contact us through the link here.
AG Bell is based in Washington, DC and provides resources that focus on listening and spoken language for those families who have chosen an auditory path for their child with hearing loss.
This is the national body that supports and represents the professional needs of speech-language pathologists, audiologists and supportive personnel inclusively within one organization. Through this support, SAC champions the needs of people with communications disorders.
LS&S specializes in products for the blind, visually impaired, deaf, and hard of hearing. Here you will find a great collection of low vision aids, hearing helpers, daily living aids, and information designed to help you or a loved one regain independence.
This is the Ministry site for the Infant Hearing Program with basic information about the screening process and contact information for the various regions across the province.
Ceci est le site internet du ministère pour le programme d’audition pour les nourrissons, qui contient des informations de base sur le processus de dépistage et des informations de contact pour les différentes régions de la province.
Boys Town National Research Hospital is located in Omaha, Nebraska. It is one of the sites involved in the development of the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) programs across the United States. The site is geared towards parents of children recently identified with hearing loss.
This site provides information about the services available through the Infant Hearing Program in Ontario.
Silent Voice including the Silent Voice American Sign Language (ASL) Services of the Infant Hearing Program (IHP) resource-rich site, designed as a one-stop shop for parents and caregivers of Deaf children!
VOICE is a parent group that works to advocate for hearing-impaired children and focuses on the development of auditory and verbal skills.