LSL Intervention Services Birth - 5yr old

LSL Intervention

Listening and Spoken Language Intervention (LSL/AVT) focuses on natural spoken language development. No baby is too young and no hearing loss is too “mild” to begin Listening and Spoken Language Intervention.

LSL Intervention Services available:

  • Early Intervention:  Birth to 5-years
  • Auditory-based Speech-Language Therapy using LSL strategies and techniques
  • Intervention to support use of new hearing technology, such as hearing aids, cochlear implants, bone conduction hearing aids
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LSL Clinic

Audiology:

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All Ears! Teacher LSL 18 months to Pre-K 4 Transition

LSL Education

LSL Classes: 18 months to Pre-K 4 Transition

Language-rich, nurturing and stimulating environments where children with hearing loss learn and grow socially, emotionally, and academically. Our curriculum meets Texas Infant, Toddler and Pre-kindergarten learning guidelines. Faculty-student ratio of better than one to four provides an instructional program specifically designed to fit the unique abilities and learning style of each child.

Full Inclusion Classes: 18 months to Pre-K 4 - Transition

Children are placed into age-appropriate pre-school classrooms with typical hearing peers as early as possible for opportunities to learn speech, language, social and literacy skills.

Summer Camp: 

The primary focus of our week long camps is to extend instruction and continued practice of LSL strategies during the summer months.
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Parental Support Group Meeting

LSL Parent Support

LSL Begins:

Free introductory resource to the LSL way of life at All Ears! made available through the generosity of the Schoger Family Endowment.

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Learn to LSL: Birth to 18 months

Small groups of parent/child pairs are introduced to LSL principles and guided in ways to incorporate strategies into their daily lives. Parents share experiences with other families who are also beginning their hearing loss journey.

Project Immerse:

Program designed to help parents create and execute a school readiness plan of action for their child. Project Immerse will guide parents through the how, why, and when of transitioning from an early intervention/early learning program to a formal educational setting.

IPSY: Informed Parent Support for You

This parent-run group meets the last Friday of each month at All Ears from 9:30 am - 11:00 am! Find support from other All Ears parents, hear from specialists and get answers to your questions from our AVT, Brandy DeMesme, LSLS, Cert AVT.

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Of children born with hearing loss are born to hearing parents.

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Of those parents will choose Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) for their child's communication.

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Of what hearing children know by the end of kindergarten is learned by "overhearing" conversations in their environment. Deaf children must be taught to overhear.

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