Here you will find articles, posts, and tips related to the listening, speech and language skills of both children and adults with hearing loss.  My many years of experience in the field has provided me with vast knowledge related to these topics that I want share with you.

This website can be used to:

  • Read and gain information on listening, speech and language skills, the auditory rehabilitation process, and cochlear implants.
  • Share your stories and read those of others in similar situations.
  • Seek advice and consultation from a speech-language pathologist with extensive experience working with children and adults with hearing loss.

I look forward to taking this journey together!



9 thoughts on “Home

  1. Andrea Samuel

    I have a young daughter with moderate -severe hearing loss . I just read your article on “faking it”. This was so helpful. Please sign me up for your newsletter .

  2. becca s

    I just found this website. my son has bilateral sensorineural mod to severe sloping loss. he is 28 months and now that his speech skills are beefing up I’ve noticed him “faking it” and this article struck home, so hard.

  3. christine monroe

    I would love to be part of the newsletter.. my daughter has hearing loss and wears a cochlear implant and a hearing aid.

  4. Kristin

    I would appreciate your feedback on the books I designed. I initially was planning for children who were of a hearing age of 12-18 months. I divided the books into 4 vocabulary categories. They are based on the Learning to Listen Sounds.


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