Ask your hearing care professional if any of these techniques or therapies are relevant in your case.
Speech and language therapy
Hearing loss can make it difficult to hear the subtle differences in speech sounds needed to accurately produce them. Many sounds cannot be distinguished by lip-reading alone. A speech and language therapist can help your child to communicate more effectively.
Lips show the articulation of words, e.g. “man” versus “land”. That is why lip-reading is important, especially for children with hearing loss, because they sometimes need to see in order to fully understand. In this way, lip-reading supports spoken speech.