Certificate of Achievements

Prevalence of Hearing Loss

Approximately 34 million children worldwide have disabling hearing loss, making it one of the most common birth defects (WHO).

Impact on Speech & Language Development

Without appropriate intervention, children with hearing loss may experience delays in acquiring speech & language skills, which can have long-term effects on their educational achievements and social interactions.

Academic Challenges

Children with untreated or un-managed hearing loss often face academic challenges. They may struggle to understand classroom instructions, participate in discussions, and fully engage in learning activities, potentially leading to lower academic performance and reduced educational opportunities.

Social-Emotional Consequences

Hearing loss can affect a child’s social and emotional well-being. Difficulties in communication and understanding conversations may lead to feelings of isolation, frustration, and low self-esteem. This can impact their overall social interactions, relationships, and emotional development.

Early Intervention is Key


Early identification and intervention are crucial for minimizing the impact of hearing loss on children. Timely diagnosis and appropriate interventions, such as hearing aids, cochlear implants, and speech therapy, can greatly improve a child’s speech and language development, academic progress, and overall quality of life.

Importance of Communication Access

Accessible communication is essential for children with hearing loss. By ensuring that children have appropriate hearing devices and are using them consistently, we can provide them with equal opportunities to participate fully in educational, social, and recreational activities.

Empowering Children with Hearing Loss

Join us on this transformative journey to amplify the voices of little listeners, promote self-love and acceptance, and build a compassionate world where every child’s unique abilities are celebrated.