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On episode 33 of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Wendy and Haley are joined by Dr. Candice Hicks. Dr. Hicks focuses her research work on listening effort and fatigue in children with hearing loss. Join us by listening to what Dr. Hicks has to say about the signs of listening fatigue, who is impacted most by effort, and some tips …
 
On episode 32 of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Haley and Elise are joined by Melissa Hyder. Melissa is Child’s Voice’s School Counselor, and a mom of three, two of which having hearing loss. Melissa talks about her journey through the grief process and how it differed for both children with hearing loss, her path to becoming a …
 
On episode 31 of All Eats at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Haley and Elise speak with Robin Lockwood. Robin is a parent of a child, Allison, with Usher’s Syndrome. She has also just received her masters of science at Washington University in Deaf Education. Robin speaks about how she coped with Allison’s diagnosis of Usher’s Syndrome, a pr…
 
On episode 30 of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Haley and Wendy are joined by Dr. Maribeth Lartz. Dr Lartz is a Professor Emerita, Illinois State University Deaf/Hard of Hearing Program. She has a B.S. & M.A. in Deaf Education from The University of Texas at Austin and Ph.D. in Early Childhood Special Education, from the Univers…
 
Tatum and Wendy talk to Dr. Hoff about the surgical procedures related to microtia and other disorders. Dr. Hoff talks about his daily life as a surgeon as well as how things have changed in his practice since COVID-19 started as well as much more!Find us @childsvoicepodcast Email us at podcast@childsvoice.org. Follow along with the transcript and …
 
Tatum and Wendy talk to the National CMV Foundation Director, Amanda Deveraux. We discuss the cytomegalovirus which is a very common virus that can have significant impact on babies including hearing loss. We talk about transmission, prevention, symptoms, parent led legislation, treatment, and the potential for a vaccine for CMV.Follow our new Inst…
 
On episode 27 of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Tatum and Wendy are joined by Katie Farnsworth, AuD. Katie works as a pediatric audiologist at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago. She grew up wearing bilateral hearing aids and received a cochlear implant as an adult. Katie shares about her experience her experience growing up w…
 
On episode 26 of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Tatum and Wendy are joined by Matt and Tim Reuter-Bowers. Matt and Tim are the parents of two young boys, one of whom has bilateral cochlear implants and is in 5 th grade. On this episode we their family’s experience with adoption, navigating everyday life wearing masks, mainstream…
 
On episode 25 of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Tatum and Wendy interview Derrick Coleman, Jr., the first deaf offensive player in the NFL. Derrick shares about his experience growing up hard-of-hearing and learning to advocate for himself both in the classroom and on the football field. -Find us @childs_voice, @tatumfritzSLP, @…
 
Tatum and Wendy talk to Lindsay about remote microphone systems. We discuss the most current technology and terminology, what remote mic systems do and how they are used with children and adults of all ages. She shares her expertise on why remote mic systems are important for an optimal listening environment for young children as well as how the ad…
 
On Episode 23 Part 2, we share part two of our two-part conversation with Molly and Linda. Molly is the parent and Linda is the grandparent of a toddle named Lucas who uses bilateral cochlear implants. In part two, Molly and Linda share more about their experience with Lucas’s early intervention therapies, Lucas’s multiple cochlear implant surgerie…
 
On episode 23, we share part one of a two-part series with Molly and Linda. Molly is the parent and Linda is the grandparent of a two-year-old boy who uses cochlear implants. Molly and Linda share about their experience first learning of Lucas’s hearing diagnosis shortly following his birth, his family’s decision to pursue cochlear implants, and th…
 
On episode 20 of All Ears at Child’s Voice, Tatum and Wendy are joined by Dr. Michele Friedner, a social and medical anthropologist from The University of Chicago. On today’s episode, Tatum and Wendy talk to Dr. Friedner about the language professionals and families use when describing hearing loss, hearing technology, and disability and how that l…
 
On Episode 19 of All Ears at Child's Voice, Wendy and Tatum interview Meredith Berger, the executive director of the Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech New York Campus, about aural microtia/atresia. Topics discussed include the current diagnostic process as well as amplification/intervention options available for this population. -Find us @child…
 
On Episode 18 of All Ears at Child's Voice, Wendy interviews four parents of children with hearing loss about their unique and individual journeys. This episode was recorded as part of a live parent panel Child's Voice hosted this past July for visitors from a hearing loss program located in Tel Aviv, Israel called Beit Micha. At the end of the pan…
 
On Episode 17 of All Ears at Child's Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Wendy and Tatum interview Dr. Anne Marie Tharpe, the chair of the Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences and Associate Director of the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center for Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences. Dr. Tharpe joins the show to discuss the identification, treatme…
 
On Episode 16 of All Ears at Child's Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Tatum and Wendy interview Dr. Nancy Young, an otolaryngologist and cochlear-implant surgeon at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. Dr. Young shares about her experience as a cochlear-implant surgeon, the changes she's witnessed in the cochlear implant surgery and …
 
On episode 15 of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Tatum and Wendy interview Julie and her daughter, Clara, about their experience with Clara’s hearing loss. Clara uses bilateral cochlear implants and is a graduate of Child’s Voice. She recently graduated from high school and, at the time of the recording, was preparing for her upc…
 
Today we bring you recordings from our Recognition Ceremony in May. When the kids at Child's Voice are ready to move on to their mainstream program, we hold a graduation-type ceremony for them and they each give speeches. We bring you five of those speeches today. In addition, we say goodbye to Jessica. While we are so excited for her to be back in…
 
Today Jessica talks with Child’s Voice alum Haley about her college experience. Haley is a bilateral cochlear implant user and is getting her degree in Deaf Education from Illinois State University. At the end of today’s episode Tatum and other Child’s Voice staff share about their trip to Israel visiting another listening and spoken language progr…
 
Today we talk with Elsa Auerbach about the changes in deaf education that she has seen over the last 55 years. Elsa began as a teacher of the deaf in 1963 and talks with us about the advances in technology, the changes in outcomes, how her first students are doing now, and what she loves most about her job. -Find us @childs_voice, @TatumFritzSLP, a…
 
Today we talk with Michael Douglas about dual language learning. We talk about how he became interested in dual language learning and the many different ways that families who are bilingual or families who speak a language other than English can approach language learning with their children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This is a wonderful epis…
 
Today we talk with Dawn about her experience raising her son, who has cochlear implants and communicates using both sign language and spoken language. She so graciously shares her experiences, things she's learned along the way, and advice for parents and professionals based on her journey. -Find us @childs_voice, @TatumFritzSLP, and @JessicaBrockS…
 
Today we talk with Theresa Harp of Sound Speech in Watchung, NJ, about her experience counseling families of children with hearing loss as they decide what mode or modes of communicationto use with their child (from listening and spoken language to ASL to cued speech). She shares resources for families and professionals across all communication mod…
 
Today we talk with Dr. Uma Soman about supporting children with hearing loss in the mainstream setting. Uma was a professor of Tatum's and Jessica's at Vanderbilt and is a teacher of the deaf, the outreach coordinator for Carle Auditory Oral School, and co-founder of Listening Together whose mission is to support education and rehabilitation of chi…
 
Today we talk with Andrea Marwah about the importance of knowing your rights as a parent when your child is entering the public school setting. Andrea Marwah is the president of Illinois Hands & Voices and is a Special Education Rights Specialist. She provides outreach through the Illinois School for the Deaf and is a wealth of knowledge on how bes…
 
On our last episode of season 1, Katie and Mike Schroeder share their experiences raising two children with hearing loss. They discuss the highs and lows, from diagnosis through early intervention and into preschool. They have an inspiring perspective and a take-action approach, and we were so honored to have them on our show. Tune in and follow al…
 
Today we interview Landon Lacey about Theory of Mind (aka Mind-Reading). Tune in to learn about what theory of mind is, why this is hard for kids with hearing loss, and what we can do to help! (It’s not an un-solve-able problem!) Transcripts can be found at www.childsvoice.org/podcast.By Child's Voice
 
Today we interview Anna Tess and Lucy Espinoza about self-advocacy! Anna has bilateral cochlear implants and is a teacher of the deaf and Lucy’s son Frankie went to Child’s Voice. Self-advocacy is so important, so tune in to find out why, and what you can do to help! Show notes and transcripts at www.childsvoice.org/podcast! Find us @jessicabrocksl…
 
Today we sit down with Laura Straka and Rollen Cooper to discuss a model of early intervention therapy called bagless therapy. We look at some of the historical changes in the field of early intervention, what bagless therapy is, what the challenges and benefits are, and why we believe parents can and should be empowered in therapy sessions as much…
 
Today we talk more about cochlear implants with mom and fellow podcaster Colleen Powell. We talk about progressive hearing loss, transitioning from hearing aids to cochlear implants, questions to ask, deciding on which brand of CI, self-advocacy, sequential cochlear implantation, and so much more. You can find Colleen Powell at www.colleenkpowell.c…
 
Today we interview two Child's Voice audiologists, Dr. Dawn Violetto and Dr. Megan Wernsman, about the cochlear implant process. We discuss all of the steps, including initial diagnosis, surgery, activation, and mapping. If you have any questions about cochlear implants, here is your chance to learn all about them straight from the professionals. W…
 
In today's episode, we welcome Wendy Deters. Wendy is a speech-language pathologist at Child's Voice. Today she discusses her experience being raised by her parents, both of whom have hearing loss and use cochlear implants. She talks about some of the history of deaf education, her parents' experiences with cochlear implants, and the impact they ha…
 
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