Children's Hearing & Speech Centre of BC help children who are deaf and hard of hearing learn how to listen and speak using proven clinical and educational models.
1. Children who are deaf or have hearing loss are at a significant disadvantage in society - with assistive technology, such as Cochlear Implants and Hearing Aids, children can be taught listening and language skills to increase their potential.
2. When children who are deaf or hard of hearing receive assistive technology, they still require specific clinical and educational oversight in order to grow their language and hearing skills; just because they have a hearing aid or a cochlear implant doesn't mean they now have full language and hearing skills.
3. Children's Hearing and Speech Centre of BC employees certified and highly educated Speech & Language Pathologists, Early Childhood Educators, Teachers of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing, an Audiologist, and an Occupational Therapist, to work collaboratively with each child and their family to increase the child's language and hearing skills, guaranteeing success and growing the child's potential.
To help children who are deaf and hard of hearing achieve their greatest potential through teaching listening and spoken language skills, regardless of their family's ability to pay or where they live in the province.
Children’s Hearing & Speech Centre of BC (EST. 1963) is a family-focused clinical and educational centre that teaches children who are deaf and hard of hearing to listen and talk, giving them the skills and confidence they need to achieve their fullest potential.
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- People with disabilities
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Deaf & Hard of Hearing Children (Newborn to age 9)
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