On Tuesday, July 11, Child's Voice celebrated their fourth year as the charity of choice for MBBI's Golf Tournament at Hawk's View Golf Course in Lake Geneva, Wis.
Over the past four years, the MBBI Golf Tournament has raised over $20,000 in support of Child's Voice programs. To read more click here.
Introduces Alumni Board
Child's Voice invited our alumni (high school and college age) to join us in the development of a new Alumni Board. Click here for more.
Read Dr. Michele's latest blog about the success of the recent
Child's Voice Golf Tournament and impact of kindness.
Update from our Child's Voice Chicago Early Intervention Program
The toddler group recently completed a zoo theme and is now learning about summer. The baby group is learning about good positioning for listening and how to navigate the early intervention system.
In the Deaflympics
MED-EL is sponsoring Hunter Taylor, one of the first children in the USA to receive a MED-EL cochlear implant as he participates in the 2017 Deaflympics as a member of the men's volleyball team. The 23rd Deaflympics is in Turkey and runs through July 30th. For more information,
Mark Your Calendars - Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events for Families, Students & Professionals
We receive a great deal of information about upcoming events for families, students and alumni as well as professionals. To see the latest in these upcoming events,
please click here.
Sunday, September 24 in Lincoln Park. We hope you will consider joining the Child's Voice team on what is always a fun, family day. Please call the Advancement Department at 630-595-8200 for more information.
Please save the date - Autumn Gala
Saturday, November 11, 2017 at the Morton Arboretum
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