Share Your Love Campaign Raised JTC Advocacy & Support

JTC thanks everyone who took part in our first annual 6-day online “Share Your Love Campaign,” our message was shared by hundreds of JTC’s families and friends, increasing online visibility and support. The online GivingGrid campaign provided a fun, personalized giving opportunity for supporters and advocates to honor someone whose […]

JTC Announces a New Parent Toddler Discovery Program

LOS ANGELES, CA, February 5, 2016 – John Tracy Clinic (JTC), a non-profit diagnostic and education center for young children with hearing loss, announced today the launch of their new “Parent Toddler Discovery Program.” Taking place from July 10 – 15, 2016, the new program will be available as part […]

Spread the Word about JTC for #Giving Tuesday

John Tracy Clinic is a proud participant in the #Giving Tuesday national giving campaign! Help us spread the word — Tell your friends and family what JTC means to you and ask them to consider a donation in support of our work in changing the lives of young children with […]

Other Reading and Online Resources

Families’ preferences for sources of hearing loss information will vary. A few recent publications are listed here to help you get started! Ask other parents and professionals for more suggestions.Create a personalized list and share it!BooksBodner-Johnson, B., & Sass-Lehrer, M. (Ed.)  The Young Deaf or Hard of Hearing  Child. Baltimore, […]

Meet My Child!

Teachers and therapists welcome information about children to be able to work with them well. Parents can provide information from their own observations and others’ reports. A personal way to share a child’s strengths is by giving service providers an introductory summary. A “Meet My Child” intro can be created […]

Grandparent Attendee Perspective: Our JTC Summer Experience

When our daughter Sarah learned that her little Isabella had a hearing loss, she wanted to do whatever she could to help her.  She wanted to provide the best program that she could find to propel Isabella toward language acquisition and mainstream education.  Consequently, Sarah began her research and discovered […]