PSAs for the Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center
Help celebrate the Knowledge Center as a Parent Resource.AGBell is pleased to offer 30- and 60-second Public Service Announcement (PSA)audio files for submission to your local radio stations. These PSAs were distributed to 50 radio outlets in 16 major media markets across the country. Recently, ClearChannel Media committed to running the 30-second PSA spot in all 7 ClearChannel radio stations in the San Diego area during the month of July.
Spread the word about the Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center as a resource for parents of children with hearing loss in your community by sending these PSAs to your local radio station. (Download as a PDF)
The birth of your child can be the happiest day of your life. But what if you learn your precious new baby has a hearing loss? For more than 120 years, the Alexander Graham Bell Association has been providing answers for families. To learn more about hearing loss visit Listening-and-spoken-language [dot] org - the trusted resource for families and individuals with hearing loss and the professionals who serve them. (Download as a MP3)
The birth of your child can be the happiest day of your life. But what if you learn your precious new baby has a hearing loss? Where do you look for information? The AG Bell Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center is the go-to place for reliable information.
The Knowledge Center guides parents through the stages that their children will experience as they grow up with hearing loss. It will show that children who are deaf and hard of hearing are listening and talking and demonstrating communication skills — they are learning and thriving in the mainstream.
A comprehensive directory will put parents in contact with resources in their area, including programs and organizations, products and services, and professionals with the expertise to assist their child.
To learn more about hearing loss visit Listening-and-Spoken-Language [dot] org - the trusted resource for families and individuals with hearing loss and the professionals who serve them.