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Parent Infant Program – The River School

For parents and their young children (birth – three) with hearing loss

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Welcome to the Jungle!

Before you know it, the weather will finally warm up and outdoor activities and trips will be easier to accomplish with your little one. Trips to the zoo are always a hit, but before you bring your child out to... Continue Reading →

1, 2, 3 Build With Me!

Building with blocks and other building toys can be a fun activity for children of all ages. Here are a few ways to explore blocks and other building toys with your child while supporting the growth of their listening and... Continue Reading →

Developing Early Speech

Does your child drop final sounds in their words? Does your child substitute sounds in words (‘doddy’ for ‘doggy’)? Is your child nonsensically babbling with a few real words here and there? If so, these are all a normal part... Continue Reading →

Music is Amazing!

(Topic content provided by special guest Amanda Wittman, MA, CCC-SLP) Using music in your routines can help your babies: Develop Social Skills Singing the Hello song promotes eye contact, waving, acknowledging peers, etc. Learn Melody and Intonation All children benefit from... Continue Reading →

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