In the morning we played with Hughan’s trolley and the blocks that fit into it.
Taking the blocks out of the trolley and putting them back in. Building and pushing the blocks over and then watching them all fall down.
He is definitely vocalising well, especially when he shows great interest in what he is doing.
In the afternoon we had a get together with the mums and children – we do this every Thursday afternoon.
Jamie has his friends to play with and there are also some smaller children, Hughan’s age that play together.
(I started this website to help other patents with deaf children through our experience. Our son Hughan was born in 1988 and was diagnosed profoundly deaf at 14 months old. We kept a Diary, so his progress could be tracked between our lessons, as we were living in Gaborone in Botswana and traveled every 3 months to the Carel du Toit Centre in Cape Town.)