A Minnesota-based preschool program using the spoken-language approach with children who have hearing issues is expanding after families saw their hearing children gain from being in the same language-heavy environment.
“The kids’ interaction helps with their social development, parents love it; they want their kids to be mainstream learners. [The setting]… benefits kids with hearing [issues] and hearing kids, because they have the chance to be around each other.
Director, Erin Loavenbruck.
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