Deaf Children Can Sing!

Did you know that children with hearing loss can learn to listen, talk, and even sing? It's hard to believe these bright, happy voices from Listen and Talk's Snowflake Singers belong to children with moderate to profound hearing loss....but its true. These young children have been fit with advanced hearing technology (digital hearing aids and cochlear implants) and are receiving services from Listen and Talk, a Seattle-based early intervention and preschool program that helps children with hearing loss learn and communicate through listening and spoken language. Listen and Talk's graduates are prepared to enter kindergarten alongside hearing peers in their neighborhood communities. Here, our choir of 4 and 5 year olds make their debut at a Seattle retirement community, bringing holiday cheer to all!

This story is inappropriate and should be flagged for moderation. Please choose from one of the following options:

You have indicated this comment should be removed.


The comment has been submitted for review. Thank you .

jbsjr_fr_hd_watercolor says ... on Wednesday, Dec 14 at 2:41 PM

Of course. When I was little boy. I used to sing, myself deaf. Smile. Take a peek. Check out youtube: seattle santa seahawks dancing happy holidays. I make my own mask. Keep up good with deaf children. Jerry.

Add a comment


Comment: 250 Characters Left

KOMO News and its affiliated companies are not responsible for the content of comments posted or for anything arising out of use of the above comments or other interaction among the users. We reserve the right to screen, refuse to post, remove or edit user-generated content at any time and for any or no reason in our absolute and sole discretion without prior notice, although we have no duty to do so or to monitor any Public Forum.