Listening & Spoken Language

You may see Listening & Spoken Language referred to as “Auditory-Oral” or “Auditory-Verbal” 

The specialty of Listening and Spoken Language is based on proven data that most children who are deaf or hard of hearing can learn to listen and speak when they are have appropriately fit hearing technology and receive early intervention with specialists in Listening and Spoken Language (LSL).

 

Children’s brains are naturally wired at birth to learn language through listening. At hear ME now, primary emphasis is placed on helping caregivers use strategies that in turn help their child to use audition (hearing) to acquire speech and language. 

hear ME now has the most highly qualified and experienced professionals in listening and spoken language in northern New England.

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