When a hearing test indicates that a newborn may have hearing loss, families search for information and support. Since 1996, Child’s Voice has provided that information and support, as well as an educational environment for children with hearing loss to make the most of their crucial early years and learn to listen and speak.
We collaborate with families toward the end goal of preparing each student to move into their neighborhood school districts and attend their local, mainstream schools. Since 1996, Child’s Voice has been the only private school in northern Illinois for families who want their children with hearing loss to learn to listen and speak.
A family’s introduction to Child’s Voice often begins in our Early Intervention program, which serves children ages birth to 3 years old. Specialists offer speech, language, and listening therapies as well as family education and support.
In the School Program, students aged 3-8 receive an intensive classroom education focused on language and auditory skill development as well as key academic components and social interactions.
The Audiology Center provides diagnostic testing, evaluation, and device support for ages birth-18.
An Outreach and Support program follows graduates of the School Program in their neighborhood schools to ensure success.
All of these programs are made possible by donors like you! Take a walk on September 26, and help children with hearing loss succeed!
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