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 […]

Sibling Essay: My JTC Summer

JTC’s Summer Session may include a sibling program when the number of elementary age brothers and sisters able to attend meets the group size minimum. The following is an essay written by a big sister from a recent summer AmeliaMy sister, Evie, has an ABI (auditory brainstem implant) and […]

Parent Perspective: Our Summer at JTC

When our newborn daughter Xanthe was diagnosed as profoundly deaf, my partner and I found ourselves thrown into a world we knew nothing about. Like many parents we spent the first few weeks and months adjusting by building our knowledge and networks, whilst juggling life with two young children. At […]