Zipline - How do I know the advice I'm getting is the best option?
When you first discover your child is deaf or hard of hearing (DHH), you may get bombarded with advice. From friends and family to health professionals, you’ll probably hear lots of different opinions. So, how do you sort good advice from bad or work out which is best for your child and family? This Zipline is loaded with tips and tricks to help you sift through your options and make informed decisions.
Zipline- How can I help my child accept their hearing loss and not feel different to their peers?
DHH kids are just like other kids – each one is unique. There are lots of things you can do to help your child come to terms with their hearing loss, build healthy relationships, and know they are valued by their family, peers and community.
Zipline- How will my extended family learn to be deaf aware?
Part of adjusting to your new normal will involve working together with your wider family to adjust and become more deaf aware – which simply means understanding more about deafness and how to help your deaf or hard hearing child thrive.
Good vibrations- how deaf kids can experience music
Think deaf and hard of hearing kids can’t enjoy music? Think again! In fact, taking part in musical activities can help deaf and hard of hearing kids have fun, learn and thrive. Download this fact sheet to learn more!