Rivers' Walk


By Nathalie Johnson

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A life-changing story for hearing-impaired children and their families, Rivers' Walk tells the story of a vibrant, strong-willed, hearing-impaired bunny who discovers just how much fun wearing hearing aids can be. Wonderfully illustrated and written, Rivers' Walk captures the imagination and encourages hearing-impaired children to embrace and wear their hearing aids. This story was inspired by a very real and very special little girl named Rivers, a student at The Memphis Oral School for the Deaf (MOSD). Located in the Memphis community for more than fifty years and serving families from all over the Mid-South, The Memphis Oral School for the Deaf works to empower deaf children to listen, learn, and talk. At MOSD, no sign language is used. Instead, it employs speech and language therapies and audiological services, in conjunction with preschool classes, to help profoundly deaf and hard-of-hearing children ages birth to six years old. These specialized techniques help the children develop the necessary listening and spoken language skills to become a part of, rather than apart from, a world of sound. Find out more at MOSDkids.org.

Rivers' Walk