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Make Your Festivities Inclusive With These Tips

It is the holiday season, which means gathering with family and friends for meals and get-togethers. These events can be challenging for people with a hearing loss due to background noise, lighting, and the amount of conversation they must listen to and understand.

How can you make your next gathering more accommodating and inclusive for guests with hearing loss?

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Words from Wendy: We are About Families

At its heart Child’s Voice is about families. We are dedicated to enhancing the lives…

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Words from Wendy: Didn’t Hear That? Ask For a Repeat!

Holiday preparations are in full swing at Child’s Voice! Our staff takes every opportunity to…

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Thankful and Joyful

Holiday preparations are in full swing at Child’s Voice! Our staff takes every opportunity to…

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Make Your Festivities Inclusive for Guests With Hearing Loss

by Carrie Jackiewicz, Special Services Coordinator It is the holiday season, which means gathering with…

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Having A Growth Mindset

by Carrie Jackiewicz, Special Services Coordinator This year at Child’s Voice, our school theme is…

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New Board Members Include Child’s Voice Class of 1999 Alum

Our latest new board members are financial experts — and one is a Child’s Voice…

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Meet Mr. Mitch

Child’s Voice staff is always pleased to see alumni when they visit or attend events….

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A Call for More Support for Parents From a Long-time Child’s Voice Champion

by Meg McSherry Breslin, Child’s Voice Board Member Few surgeons are more committed to the…

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Child’s Voice Names Wendy Deters As New Executive Director

Child’s Voice is excited to announce that Wendy Deters has been selected to be Child’s…

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Welcome New Board and Staff Members!

Child’s Voice is pleased to announce a new member of the Board of Directors and…

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Meet Julie Deely

One of the keys to helping children with hearing loss listen and speak is the…

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The Purpose-Driven Career

A purpose-driven career. That’s exactly what I have. It started in 8th grade when I…

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Audiologists and Parents Work Together to Improve Child Hearing

October is National Audiology Awareness Month. This article on audiology for children was written by…

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Take a Book, Leave a Book, and Read with Joy!

Our Early Intervention/school Professional Development Coordinator Wendy Deters tells us how our new Little Free…

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Assessing Primary II Reading Levels

Child’s Voice uses the Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System to assess our PII students’…

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We Are Ready to Debut Our Latest Strategic Plan

Since last June, our many committees have worked hard to develop and outline new strategic…

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Voice from the Heart Legacy Celebration

Thank you to everyone for attending and supporting Child’s Voice!   Thank you to our…

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So Much to Brag About!

Happy August! All programs are up, open, and running. It’s wonderful to hear these kiddos…

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Families Can Measure the Words Children Hear at Home

The goal at Child’s Voice is for our students to learn how to listen and…

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What Will the Future Bring? Excellence!

As I write this piece for the newsletter, our halls are quiet. Well that’s not…

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Child’s Voice Announces New Board Members

We are pleased to welcome Meg McSherry Breslin and Shannon Deamer to our Board of…

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Thank You to Volunteers of the Year!

Our Parent Association raises money for “extras” that transform Child’s Voice from a hearing-loss program…

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Despite COVID-19, Alumni Made Progress Last Year

The 2020-2021 school year presented many challenges for our alumni. Remote learning, hybrid learning, and…

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Child’s Voice Plays a Role in New Audiologist’s Training

Luck was on the side of our Audiology Center during the pandemic. Of course it…

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Dr. Michele Announces Retirement in 2022

May 26, 2021 Dr. Michele Wilkins announced her June 2022 retirement from Child’s Voice. Since…

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From “One Take” to “It’s a Wrap”

This year Child’s Voice celebrated our 25th birthday. It was a wonderful event, just like…

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Listening vs Hearing: What’s the difference?

Merriam-Webster defines hearing as the “process, function, or power of perceiving sound; specifically: the special sense by…

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Child’s Voice Launches STREAMM Initiative With Community Partners

A wide-ranging initiative to bring interactive learning to the classroom is taking shape at Child’s…

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Eloise’s Story

The Kowalski family has experienced Child’s Voice’s Early Intervention program both in person and virtually,…

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Watch Our 25th Birthday Party on YouTube

Child’s Voice is 25 years old in 2021! Thank you to everyone who joined us…

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Kendra Scott Gives Back

Kendra Scott Gives Back — to Child’s Voice! On November 6 from 11 AM-7 PM,…

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Collaboration Will Be Key Over the Next Few Months

This month let’s explore Child’s Voice’s Value of Collaboration. As Helen Keller said, “Alone we…

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Graduation Continues a Child’s Voice Tradition (Virtually)

When it was clear that families, friends, and staff could not gather in person to…

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Congratulations to 2020 Child’s Voice Alumni Graduates

We are always so proud to hear alumni success stories. Join us in celebrating these…

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