NAIP information sheets and rehab resources
We have produced a range of leaflets, information sheets and rehab materials for patients and their families.
During your/your child's appointment the clinician, teacher of the deaf or speech and language therapist, may suggest a particular information sheet or rehabilitation resource from this page to help you to make progress in your listneing, understanding or communication. The resources are listed in the drop-down sections below.
If you cannot find the resource you are looking for please let your clinician know or contact us at email@example.com.
Babies and young listeners
These information sheets and leaflets are aimed at parents of babies, toddlers and young children who are thinking about cochlear implants or have recently had a cochlear implant operation.
Click on title of the resource to open it. You can then download or print it.
|Thinking about cochlear implants
|Help your baby learn to listen
|Ideas to help your baby develop listening with their hearing aids
|Cochlear implant assessment: A guide for parents
|All about what happens when your child has a cochlear implant assessment
|Keeping the equipment on
|Pilot Caps and bonnets
|One way to stop little fingers removing hearing aids or processors
|Keeping processors safe leaflet (children)
|To help prevent your child's sound processors getting lost or damaged
|What if my child will not wear their processors?
|Things to think about if your child is reluctant to wear the processors
|Ready to listen
|Now your baby can hear, what do you need to do to help them listen
|Discovering noise, music and songs
|Have fun listening to sounds and music with your little one.
|Getting your baby interested in your voice
|Grab your baby's attention and develop their early interaction skills
|Anticipation and turn taking
|Vocal turn-taking is an early 'conversation' with your baby.
|Using their voice more
|How to use 'Babble conversations' and other ways to encourage your child to use their voice more
|Follow your baby's interests
|Following your child's lead means they are more likely to learn
|What are you telling me
|Showing your baby that you understand their communication
|A good way to develop your child's listening and understanding
|Repetition and routine
|How repetition helps your child learn language
|Ideas for how to use repetition and routine in play
|Recognising and finding sounds
|Games and activities to help your child recognise and locate sounds
|Opportunities to communicate
|Take every chance for your child to use the words they are learning
|Talking and turn-taking
|It is importantof your child hearing lots of words in different situations
|Talk, talk and more talk
|Different ways to include spoken language in everyday life.
|Beyond first words
|Expanding your child's language
|How to extend your child's language beyond first words.