Outreach Program
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Listen Foundation Programs: Outreach

The Listen Foundation is proud to partner with the Colorado Home Intervention Program (CHIP), part of the Outreach Department at the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind, to fund one of our therapists as the Oral Communication Consultant (OCC) to the program.  CHIP is an in-home, family-centered, statewide early intervention program with 75 service providers around the state who support families with children birth to age three who are deaf and hard of hearing.  This unique partnership offers families the opportunity to receive additional support and consultation specific to encouraging their child in the development of listening and spoken language skills.  This service also offers the opportunity for professional learning, training, teaming, and mentoring through this collaborative partnership. 

Plaque Presentation

Cherry Creek Has Heart!

Pat Greenway and Naomi Cohen of the Listen Foundation present a plaque to the Cherry Creek Has Heart Committee at the Merrill Lynch office in Cherry Creek. The committee is made up of independent financial advisors who have donated $15,000 to sponsor three children for a year. Listen Foundation greatly appreciates this generous and thoughtful contribution.

Plaque presentation 2017 

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Listen has been awarded

the El Pomar Foundation

Award for Excellence 

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Listening and Spoken Language Practice

1. Working toward the earliest possible identification of hearing loss in infants and young children, ideally in the newborn nursery.  Conducting an aggressive program of audiologic management.

2. Seeking the best available sources of medical treatment and technological amplification of sound for the child who is deaf or hard of hearing as early as possible.

3. Helping the child understand the meaning of any sounds heard, including spoken language, and teaching the child's parents how to make sound meaningful to the child all day long.

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