Get Free Tools to Work with Children with Hearing Loss

Get Free Tools to Work with Children with Hearing Loss

The Ida Institute, a nonprofit working to advance person-centered hearing care, offers free pediatric tools and resources to support educators and hearing care professionals in understanding the perspectives of children with hearing loss and give the them stronger voices as they advocate for their own needs.

The World Healthcare Organization reports that while the most obvious effect of childhood hearing loss is on language development, it also impacts literacy, self-esteem, social skills, academic achievements, employment opportunities, emotional and psychological well-being, and can bring on feelings of isolation, loneliness and depression[1].

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