Hear at Home acknowledges that every parent knows their own child better than any professional and therefore should be given the necessary knowledge, strategies, skills and techniques to facilitate listening and spoken language potential.

Therapy Services​:
  • Regular "in home" listening and spoken language therapy (auditory-verbal therapy) for children 0 - 7 years
  • Out and about (community sites) listening and spoken language therapy for children 0 - 7 years



Family Get Togethers:

  • Four to five times per year, Hear at Home families meet up to  share stories, connect and socialise.

Group Therapy:

  •  Play group

  • Transition to school



Liaison services:

  • Hear at Home communicates with all the services working with your child to ensure a co-ordinated approach  

  • Hear at Home acknowledges children often require a number of co-ordinated services to meet the needs of the whole child.

Day care/​School Visits
  • Direct observation of your child in day care/school settings
  • Assessment of your child's acoustic environment
  • Suppport for child care workers and teachers who ​manage your child's acoustic environment
  • Provide training in techniques/strategies for day care and school staff when working with your child
  • Attendance at your child's Indvidualised Family Service Plan/Individualised Educational Program meeting to ensure appropriate recommendations are made

Adult post cochlear implantation rehabilitation:

  •  Individualised auditory skill development program to enable increased speech intelligibility

  • Equipping partners and other family members with strategies to improve listening practice in the everyday home environment for the cochlear implant recipient



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