The Listen to Me! Summer Institute is an intensive one-week training program for children, families, and professionals to learn how to foster listening and spoken language development with cochlear implants.
CHILDREN participate in an auditory-oral class setting and receive daily listening and spoken language therapy sessions.
PARENTS participate in educational presentations, therapy and class observations, role-playing for implementing goals at home, and a parent support group.
SIBLINGS who have normal hearing participate in a summer camp experience designed just for them, including crafts, games, and outdoor activities.
THERAPISTS, AUDIOLOGISTS, TEACHERS, AND ADMINISTRATORS
Presentation topics for parents and professionals include cochlear implant surgery, bilateral implantation, research/future directions, audiological management, listening and spoken language development and strategies, special education law, behavior management and bilingualism.
Our staff and presenters
We are proud to have an extremely talented and experienced staff, who each have specialized training in cochlear implants and the development of listening and spoken language.
Our master teachers and therapists who work directly with the children and parents represent the following areas of specialty:
OUR DISTINGUISHED PRESENTERS ARE SOME OF THE LEADING EXPERTS IN THE FIELD
Stanford Medicine Cochlear Implant Team
University of California San Francisco Cochlear Implant Team
Other Guest Presenters
Listen to Me! Summer Institute is located on the beautiful Stanford University campus. The family participants reside in one of the large student houses on Mayfield Avenue (specific house is determined in January prior to LTM). Educational presentations take place in the Koret Pavilion at Hillel, located at 565 Mayfield Avenue, Stanford, CA (see map).
Listen To Me! 2019
Reunion: June 21-23
Watch our movie
We've been documenting some of our families in our Listen to Me! Summer Institute. Visit our movie page, or click to watch the latest.