With Easter around the bend, many are in the final planning stages for their Easter celebration. For many, Easter means quality time with family and friends, candy, and Easter egg hunts. Hunting for Easter eggs has become a well-known tradition that is loved by all, both young and old. It’s exciting to open up your Easter eggs to uncover the goodies they contain after you’ve searched high and low for them during an Easter egg hunt. However, if you happen to have a child attending who is deaf or hard-of-hearing, then extra planning is required. These types of events may be daunting and overwhelming, so it is vital that you plan a hearing loss friendly Easter egg hunt.
To help ensure your event is inclusive and fun for everyone, check out these helpful tips on how to have a hearing loss friendly Easter egg hunt.