Succeed: Ready for a Lifetime of Learning

Learn: Preparing for Academic Success

Speak: Learning First Words
Listen: Early Diagnosis, Early Hearing, Technology Support

Succeed: For A Lifetime of Learning

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Learn: Preparing for Academic Success

Speak: Learning First Words
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Listen: Early Diagnosis, Early Hearing, Technology Support
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Preparing children with hearing loss for a lifetime of success

At Child’s Voice, children with hearing loss learn to listen and talk. We collaborate with children and families to prepare each student to attend their local, mainstream school. For more than 25 years we have supported hundreds of children as they achieve a lifetime of success academically, socially, and in their careers.

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Families served in our Early Intervention Program each year

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Students in the School Program

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Audiology patients served each year

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Who We Are

Child’s Voice has been teaching children with hearing loss to listen and speak since 1996. Our students wear hearing aids or cochlear implants and are often with us from birth through first grade.

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Why We Matter

Student success requires a combination of technology and early identification and diagnosis. Child development research shows that close to 90 percent of brain development happens during the first five years of life – and is highly dependent on early language acquisition.

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How We Change Lives

For 25 years, Child’s Voice has helped to change the lives of children with hearing loss. Our alumni have gone on to achieve tremendous academic, personal, and career success.

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Future Parents

The Future Looks Bright

Because of continuing advancements in early identification and intervention, children with hearing loss can develop the skills to listen and speak

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Parents

Resources For You

Parent Resources features information about working with schools, language success, and entering the mainstream.

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Alumni

Keeping in Touch

Graduates send us good news and return to volunteer with us. One alum even teaches here!

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Donors

Make It Happen

Our donors are the reason we are able to serve more than 400 families each year and care for all children with hearing loss. Your support changes the lives of these children every day.

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Wendy Deters

Executive Director

Wendy is well known by many Child's Voice families for her work with the Early Intervention program. She is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and Listening And Spoken Language Specialist.

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