A wonderful profile of our BabyTalk program and the families we help was written by Arturo Hilario of El Observador, a bilingual media outlet in the San Jose area.Read More
Interview with Kathy Sussman of Weingarten Children’s Center about the joint teletherapy BabyTalk program with Stanford University.
BabyTalk provides speech and language therapy services via a telemedicine model using iPads and FaceTime to deaf and hard of hearing children. The program includes parent education, early childhood educational interventions and aural rehabilitation to cochlear implanted children and their families.
The segment was captured live on CNN en Español on Monday February 24, 2015. Presented during “Realidades en Contexto”, hosted by Mercedes Soler. Captioning and translation provided by Weingarten Children’s Center staff and volunteers.Read More
WCC in the NEWS!: An Amazing Story! In partnership with Stanford’s Department of Otolaryngology, the shared BabyTalk Program makes a difference in the lives of hearing impaired and deaf children every day. Weingarten Children’s Center continues their wonderful commitment to provide much needed speech and language services for those who do not have immediate access through advancements in technology. No matter what the distance, giving the gift of spoken language.Read More
Our thanks to KRON 4 Television News for visiting our school to observe our Polar Express Day and see the benefits of BabyTalk teletherapy services first hand. Please consider a donation to Sponsor-A-Baby. Our funding for BabyTalk is limited and any kindness would be greatly appreciated.Read More
WE ARE SO EXCITED TO HAVE OUR BABYTALK PROGRAM PROFILED ON NPR.
BABYTALK IS A PROGRAM WITH TIME LIMITED SUPPORT FROM VARIOUS FOUNDATIONS. WE ASK THAT YOU CONTINUE TO SUPPORT OUR PROGRAM THROUGH OUR SPONSOR-A-BABY PROGRAM. FINANCIAL SUPPORT IN ANY AMOUNT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED AND ALLOWS US TO BRING SOUND AND SPEECH TO OUR CHILDREN.Read More
Recently, reporters from NewsforChinese.com visited Weingarten Children’s Center, in Redwood City, California, with China’s Beijing Lions Club’s outgoing Director Mr. Ye Ke and the Founding President of the Bay Area San Mateo Metro Lions Club’s Ms. Cindy Zheng.Read More