Summer at the sea with Usharik

Summer at the sea with Usharik

A great opportunity to combine family rest at sea and training with leading specialists in the field of cochlear implantation.

Traditional annual trips "Summer at the Sea with Usharik" give a unique chance to combine family summer vacation, health-improving rest on the sea and hearing the development of children with cochlear implants.

Since 2008, the program "I hear the world!" is realizing this project, and hundreds of families have already visited the Azov and Black Seas more than once with Usharik.


The project is being implemented since 2008

Such trips are especially relevant for families fr om remote regions of Russia, where, due to the lack of highly qualified specialists, it is more difficult for parents to rehabilitate the child qualitatively after cochlear implantation. However, joint summer vacations with Usharik and the program "I hear the world!" Are no less important to those who live in big cities, wh ere there are surdological rehabilitation centers.

Family holidays in the company of speech therapists, audiologists, psychologists, and most importantly - the time spent with them in an informal setting (not in the offices, but in nature, in nature) surpasses other methods of rehabilitation in efficiency. Another undoubted advantage - in their spare time children can play, sunbathe, swim in the sea and communicate with each other.

The project "Summer at the Sea with Usharik" is always a very strong team of professionals from different cities of Russia and the world.

Throughout the vacation, they are close to their wards. Constant intensive training of specialists with children in game and training form, regular parental consultations with speech therapists and speech therapists, special daily morning exercises, fascinating and cognitive animations, lectures of leading experts in the field of cochlear implantation, useful for both parents and colleagues, live continuous communication of moms and dads with people coping with the same problems as they themselves - all this as a result is priceless for a child who begins to hear and speak and overcome many obstacles on the way to the world of sound.

Invariably, after such ten-day trips, parents, teachers, and doctors note significant improvements in the development of hearing in children with CI. The rapid and noticeable dynamics in the auditory rehabilitation process of the child persists and in the subsequent, upon return from summer vacation.

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