Read about how LENA technology is facilitating new research breakthroughs.
Christine Gardy, a mom who gained insights from LENA feedback while her son was just a baby, attributes much of his success 10 years later to increased interactive talk.
Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech, a listening and spoken language program for children who are deaf or hard of hearing, has recently incorporated LENA technology as a “standard of care” for all children enrolled in their early intervention program.
Public libraries around the country are using LENA Start to build children’s early literacy skills, connect families with community, and increase library engagement.
To increase family support for child language development, community partners in southwestern Tennessee looked to LENA Start.
LENA staff member Traci Martin shares strategies for unpacking new research with parents, teachers, and caregivers.
Learn how one of the most successful Early Head Start programs in the country used LENA Grow to improve quality classroom practices.
Megan Carolan, Director of Policy Research at the Institute for Child Success, shares how families, schools, and communities can all play a role in driving child language development.
Learn more about how LENA’s programs support key aspects of Head Start’s updated Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework.
We’ve pulled together 10 strategies for connecting with families in your local community.
10-year longitudinal study published in Pediatrics correlates interactive talk in early childhood with later cognitive outcomes.
San Mateo County Libraries has built successful partnerships to boost the reach and impact of their programs. Learn about how they are delivering LENA Start through partnerships with San Mateo County Housing Authority, Ravenswood Family Health Center, and The Primary School.