Have you ever heard about how beautiful Vermont colors are in the fall? By joining us at the 2018 CMV Public Health and Policy Conference you will get the opportunity to learn about the latest research and resources around congenital CMV, while getting to experience Vermont’s fall color paradise first hand. Early registration ends August 1, 2018. To register and apply for family scholarships, click here. We look forward to seeing you there in September!
The ultimate goals of self-advocacy are to improve personal wellbeing and your situation, at least the aspects that are within your control.
A youth-led project to empower deaf communities in the Pacific region has been granted US funding to further their need for equality.
Every parent is eager to hear their child use words and start putting sentences together. But did you know that the road to successful communication begins long before children start using words?
As part of May is Better Hearing and Speech Awareness Month, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is promoting resources available through its Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program (EHDI).
Parents should be aware of signs that a child might have hearing loss so that appropriate early intervention can begin and allow the child to have access to language.
Have you signed up for the Coffee Break Webinar Series?
Details can be found at http://www.infanthearing.org/index.html
Learn more about BSHM at the link below –
Mark your calendars! The AG Bell’s 54th convention is coming up this June 28-30 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Be a part of the largest gathering of families, professionals, and adults with hearing loss dedicated to listening and spoken language outcomes. Register and see what will be new this year at the link below.