The playground has noticed my child’s difference

December 2, 2016

Research and Reality Statisticians have shown that those with visible difference or impairment are at times the first to be a target for bullying. Bullying can be either actively aggressive actions and words or passive ‘violence’ such as being ignored or excluded. *Please note that this article offers possible advice to those who might be […]

Parenting a Child who has Hearing Loss

November 3, 2016

There is no set way or best way to approach parenting any child. Parenting is a process where one grows, learns, feels stumped, finds insight, and makes discoveries while treading its daily path. It can lead one to fulfilling highs as well as deep trenches of anxiety and worry. Children are simultaneously delightful, challenging, and […]

How to tell if your baby has a hearing problem

November 11, 2014

Early intervention can minimise the effects of hearing loss on your child’s development As your baby grows and develops there are key signs to look out for that could indicate that your child has a hearing problem. At any stage, if you sense that your child might suffer from hearing loss it’s important to seek […]