We believe early identification allows for early treatment. Children who are identified early are less likely to struggle in school. Research has shown that early treatment of hearing, vision and speech disorders decreases learning disabilities in children.
Children’s Advisory Network will come to your school and conduct a speech, hearing and vision screening on the children in the classroom. Post-screening reports are created and delivered to the school within a week afterward. These reports include test results, recommendations, and a consolidated report for the teacher and/or director.
All children receive SAFEEars! (c) bookmarks and educational materials to support hearing education development in children to teachers and parents. All education materials are sponsored by Dry Creek Sertoma Club.