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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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Reading Strategies

It's never too early to start reading books to your little ones, but where to start? It's not uncommon for parents to feel intimidated by the idea of reading to an infant or toddler, especially one with hearing loss. Below... Continue Reading →

Reinventing Routines as Language Opportunities

Doing the Laundry - Prepositions (IN/OUT/UNDER) Using your kiddo (or a stuffed animal) put them IN the basket and take them for a short ride! Tell your child “IN! You are IN the basket! Ready, set (pause), go!” Take your child... Continue Reading →

Audiology Corner: Vacation Packing List

Traveling with little ones can be tricky, and as true with any adventure with your young child, the motto is to prepare, prepare, prepare! While preparing includes making sure you have "the usual stuff" for infants and toddlers, there are some... Continue Reading →

‘Tis the season…for traveling!

Traveling, whether somewhere close or far away, is often a part of every family’s holiday season. Whether your child is a newborn or approaching their preschool years there are ways to incorporate fun language development activities into your next trip. ... Continue Reading →

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