This is a ‘go-to’ site for professionals and family members seeking more information about the learning and social issues of children with hearing loss* and what you can do to better support the future success of these children.
Don’t forget to register soon for the CMV Public Health & Policy Conference so you can receive the early bird registration rate! The agenda for the conference is available online for you to view as well.
Sign language is a unique and wonderful way for grandparents to bond with their grandchildren.
The opportunities for learning sign language with your grandchild(ren) are endless! Click on the link for more information and a few activities to get you started.
For several decades, researchers at the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) have been leading an effort to understand the genetic underpinnings of enlarged vestibular aqueducts (EVA), a condition associated with early hearing loss in children, and in some cases, thyroid problems in the teenage years.
Plan to attend the 5th International gathering of the Coalition for Global Hearing Health held at St. Catherine’s College in Oxford (England) on 25 – 26 July. You will want to register early for the conference and to reserve your room (from the limited block) held for attendees.