The Knowledge Center
Do you want to know how to build a boat in your basement? Google can help! As can YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, your uncle Joe and the American Boat Builders Association. But where do you start? How do you know what is trustworthy information, or not? By Googling “childhood hearing loss” you get 10,700,000 possible sites to read through. You will also get well meaning advice from family, friends and people who you don’t even know. How do you know what is best for your child and family? The answer is to first educate yourself, and then educate those in your support system.
AG Bell is doing the legwork for you so you don’t have to sort through over ten 10 million websites for information (unless, of course, you enjoy that sort of thing). By gathering, combining and creating access to listening and spoken language resources in one spot we hope to free your time to take action for your child. Launched in May 2012, The Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center is the “go-to” resource for parents, professionals and adults with hearing loss who are committed to a listening and spoken language outcome.
Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center