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Ohana Talk Story

Hawaii Hears provides group family time for families to learn together with their children. 

Ohana Talk Story includes space to learn more about their hearing loss, communication, language development, and more. 

Families come into the space to share, learn, grow, play, laugh, and cry. It's a space for all to help their child best communicate.

Professional Education

Hawaii Hears has provided professional education through Early Intervention groups, Comprehensive Service Center (CSC), Department of Health, and Hawai'i Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

Contact us to have professional presentations catered to meet the needs of your staff of professionals on the subject of hearing loss, communication needs, Listening and Spoken Language, Audiology, Auditory Development, and mental health.

Advocacy and AWarness

Hawaii Hears believes children who are deaf or hard of hearing deserve quality access to language (including American Sign Language, Listening and Spoken Language, and Total Communication). 

We help families in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) process and Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings as well as legal cases.

Consulting and language

Private services for families with children birth to 5 who have children who are deaf or hard of hearing whose primary mode of communication is Listening and Spoken Language.

Services for families help at all stages:

  • diagnosis

  • coping and grieving

  • communication

  • language development

  • academics

  • social/emotional skills

  • auditory verbal therapy

Fill out the form and we will contact you to set up services. We accept some insurance and sliding scale out of pocket fees.

In connection with

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Hawaii Hears in partnership with No Limits for deaf children and families offers regular virtual language services 1 or 2 times per week for 8-week sessions. 

Children birth to age 18 who use cochlear implants and hearing aids are eligible to apply. Services are free to families.

Commitment to attend weekly Zoom sessions and parent education classes required.


Services are provided by trained and certified LSL and AVT instructors who deliver speech and language lessons. 

Visit No Limits website for more information.


Send an email to for the application or to ask questions.


Hawaii Hears in partnership with The Baker Institute for Children with Hearing Loss is bringing the Listen to Me! Conference to Hawaii along with a leadership team of Hawaii professionals, teachers, Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists.  

LTM! Hawaii Conference is tentatively scheduled for November 11 - 13, 2022. 

Listen to Me! is a research-based, family centered, supportive training program created by Stanford University & the Baker Institute for Children with Hearing Loss in 2008.

Apply online here.

For questions or more information visit the Baker Institute website or email

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