toddler programThe Toddler Program is a unique environment in which young children with hearing loss learn to listen and talk with their peers while participating in purposeful play activities. In group and individual therapy sessions the following skills are targeted: listening skills, early speech sound development, receptive and expressive vocabulary, understanding and use of language, cognitive skills, play, and social skills.

Center Based Services Provided:

  • Group Aural Rehabilitation
  • Speech Therapy
  • Aural Rehabilitation/ Developmental Therapy – Hearing

For more information, please contact Rollen Cooper, Director of Early Intervention by email or phone.

Wood Dale: 630 595 8200
Chicago: 773 516 5720.