Cochlear Implant Program Resources
Here are guidelines on speech and language development that may help you decide if your child is experiencing hearing problems.
Provides listening strategies to parents and professionals to enhance spoken language development. It includes a book, chapters and videos with practical ways you can develop your child's language through listening in your own home.
AB develops cutting-edge cochlear implant technology that restores hearing to those with severe-to-profound hearing loss.
Cochlear Corporation has helped more than 250,000 people hear through life-changing hearing implant technology.
MED-EDL offers hearing implants and materials written by specialists to help your child make the most out of his or her hearing implant.
Find a list of colleges and universities in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware that offer classes in American Sign Language.
A non-profit membership organization created with the purpose of eliminating barriers to cochlear implantation by sponsoring research, driving heightened awareness and advocating for improved access to cochlear implants
ASDC is a national, independent non-profit organization that provides support, encouragement, and information to families raising children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
BEGINNINGS provides an impartial approach to meeting the diverse needs of families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing and the professionals who serve them.
It provides children who are deaf and hard of hearing with the listening, learning and spoken language skills they need to succeed using the latest technology.
HLAA provides assistance and resources for people with hearing loss and their families to learn how to adjust to living with hearing loss.
It's the nation's premier civil rights organization of, by and for deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the United States.
NCSA serves the needs of parents and special educators working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing.
The Oberkotter Foundation focuses its efforts on supporting families who have chosen listening and spoken language for their child.
PSHA advocates for the communicatively disabled and the professionals who serve them to insure that the integrity of services is maintained.
It's dedicated to helping children with hearing loss and their families, and has pioneered research, education and therapeutic efforts to improve the lives of deaf children.