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BabyBeats Mobile App

Available in English, Spanish and Dutch.

Research shows that early, consistent experience with music promotes natural bonding and lays the foundation for communication, listening and cognitive development.1,2  BabyBeats guides parents through musical activities that enrich early brain development and prime children for listening, language, literacy and learning.

BabyBeats early intervention resource is filled with motivating and fun musical activities for babies and toddlers with hearing loss. It guides parents through activities that will build the foundation for later learning, listening and communication. It’s in app form so it's easy to access and use.

App includes:
  • Over 50 fun and engaging musical activities (for babies and toddlers)
  • Videos that demonstrate how each activity can be done
  • Musical tracks
  • Parent guide
  • Progress Monitoring Guide
Activities help develop:
  • Your baby's listening skills
  • Your baby's early communication skills
  • Interactions and exchanges between you and your baby
  • Brain connections that your baby will use to learn and read later in life

The Listening Room

Two women take care of a child

The Listening Room™ rehabilitation website provides you with a foundation of interactive and specifically designed practice activities to support the development of speech, language, and listening skills in children.

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You can download the app from iTunes®* or Google Play®** store as soon as hearing loss is detected and hearing technology offered. The app can be used anytime, anywhere! 

*Apple®, iPad®, iTunes® and iPhone® are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
**Android™ and Google Play™ are registered trademarks of Google Inc.

  1. Patel, A.D. (2003). Language, music, syntax and the brain. Nature Neuroscience: 6(7):674-681.

  2. Francois, C., & Schon, D. (2011). Musical expertise boosts implicit learning of both musical and linguistic structures. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y.: 1991), 21(10), 2357-2365.