'Listen!' group for babies and pre-school children with conductive hearing loss
Has your child been diagnosed with 'glue ear' or a unilateral hearing loss?
Would you like some practical help and guidance on how you can support your child's language development?
Would you like to meet others in the same situation?
About the support group
We provide a support group at our Hampshire Family Centre for babies and pre-school children with persistent 'glue ear' or unilateral (one-sided) hearing loss and their families..
The monthly sessions are friendly and supportive, providing you and your child with lots of expert advice and practical support.
About glue ear and unilateral hearing loss
Glue ear (or conductive hearing loss) is a very common condition in young children, and can have a major impact on their speech and language development.
Unilateral hearing loss (or hearing loss on one side) can also impact on speech and language development.
At The Elizabeth Foundation, we have over 30 years of experience of supporting babies and preschool children with hearing loss to develop their listening skills, natural speech and language.
Joining our 'Listen!' group
To enquire if joining our 'Listen!' group for babies and pre-school children with conductive hearing loss will be appropriate for you and your child, please contact: Julie Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org
or telephone: 023 9237 2735