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Once your child turns 3, hear ME now LSL providers can continue to support them with listening and spoken language therapy sessions in their preschool or daycare setting through their educational plan with Child Development Services.  Or, if you prefer, we can provide clinic based sessions in our Falmouth office through your medical insurance.

A word about Preschoolers

The transition between early intervention and preschool is emotional for all parents as they watch their little ones grow. This can be especially true for parents of young children with hearing loss whose language skills are not fully developed. When transitioning from early intervention programs that are family focused to preschool settings that are child focused, targeted and purposeful intervention is required to provide experiences that build language and a knowledge foundation. hear ME now can help.

Learn more about preparing for preschool transition here: