Children with Hearing Loss
Has your child just been diagnosed with hearing loss or fitted with hearing aids...now what? Perhaps your child has had hearing loss for some time, but you need someone to talk to about social concerns or educational issues.

If you have questions, we can help or at least point you in the right direction for answers.
The Rochester chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) is forming a support group for children with hearing loss and their families. The group aims to provide a forum for kids to interact, families to network, share and acquire information, enjoy social activities together, and learn more about how children with hearing loss can successfully navigate the hearing world. Having a network of friends just like them? can buffer that sense of isolation that kids with hearing loss experience, and provide them with a feeling of self-acceptance and belonging. The groups activities and programming will be self-directed and will benefit from connections with the local HLAA chapter and with the national organization.

Call or email us today if you are interested in learning more about the emerging HLAA Rochester Parents Group and annual Walk4Hearing public awareness event.
HLAA Parents Brochure
For additional helpful information, please click on the links below:

Hands and Voices
Beginnings - Guidance for your Child's Journey

Information about ADA and Education:

Pacer Center - Champions for Children with Disabilites