Non-profit child listening Centre Bremen informed the child listening Centre of Bremen, which was opened in the spring in the 23 Leher Heerstrasse enjoys nationwide week of listening to a wide and extremely positive resonance. The non-profit working Centre has established itself within a few months as a sought-after contact for reduced hearing children and young people and their families from Bremen and the entire region. On the occasion of the nationwide week of listening (17-22 September), the child listening Centre informed in a press conference on Tuesday. Initiator Uli Schmitz reported on the previous work of the institution. Also, the winner of the big opening competition were awarded which sought a name for a small blue Chameleon. The cute animal, which is the child listening Centre as a mascot to the side, is called immediately Hormie. Marten Lahdo (8) from Verden, who had proposed this name, as well as other participants of the competition have been awarded.
“Here you can see a video contribution, which gives an insight into the work of the child listening Center Bremen,: In the child listening Centre families receive a holistic care and accompaniment with hearing impaired children through our in-house listening acoustics team of qualified Padakustikern”, so hearing care professional master and Padakustiker Uli Schmitz, initiator and main sponsor of the Center, at the event. In addition to expert advice and modern Audiology standards we would offer mainly a place children and young people where they feel comfortable and which they like to come back.” This new concept is: whether from Soltau or Bremerhaven numerous children and teenagers aged from three months to 18 years visited the children’s listening Centre, now provide around here with modern hearing instruments to let. Also ball pool, climbing wall, sensory toys, a corner of the time and many other things are available, make any appointment for the small guests a real experience and not let false reservations come on.