Hearing First Launches Spanish Website and Resources

By Hearing First Team June 8, 2018

Celebrate LSL, "Hearing First" | LSL journey, LSL story, LSL plan, LSL strategies, Children With Hearing Loss, daily routines, listening and spoken language

What features two languages along with hundreds of blogs, handouts, and resources to help you learn and grow on your LSL journey? Our website! Learn more about our website and materials now available in Spanish and how you can access them to power potential for even more children with hearing loss.


Since Hearing First launched in 2015, we’ve recognized the need for Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) tools and resources in Spanish. We’re excited to announce the launch of our all-new HearingFirst.org Spanish website and resources! The same Hearing First information and resources you’ve been able to access are now available in Spanish!


Whether you’re a professional working with families in LSL intervention, or a family wanting to help develop your child’s listening, talking and literacy skills, we are now powering the potential for EVEN MORE children with hearing loss.


To access the website and resources in Spanish, click the toggle button at the top right of any HearingFirst.org webpage.


 



If you’re a member of the Professional Learning Community (PLC) or Family Support Community (FSC), you also have access to the Spanish versions of all Hearing First handouts in your online community resource gallery!


Hearing First is now making it easier for MORE families on the LSL journey to help their child with hearing loss learn to listen and talk!


Celebrate LSL, "Hearing First" | LSL journey, LSL story, LSL plan, LSL strategies, Children With Hearing Loss, daily routines, listening and spoken language

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Hearing First Team At Hearing First, we want all children to benefit from the availability of newborn hearing screening, the advances in technology, and the early learning services in their communities. We want all children to have the opportunity to take advantage of access to sound – a critical building block for future success.