This study was conducted primarily to know the parental awareness toward the social etiquette of a children with hearing impairment. This is a descriptive study using a modified and validated questionnaire checklist. This study also aimed to find out whether there is a significant difference between the parent’s age and educational attainment towards a child’s social etiquette. The study was conducted on December 14, 2015 among the fifteen (15) selected parents from Leganes Resource Center for the Deaf (LRCD) and Leganes Central Elementary School (LCES). The data gathered were analyzed using statistical package. Mean distribution was used for levels of parental awareness. Chi-square was used to determine the significant difference according to age and educational attainment. Spermans-rho was used to determine the significant relationship between variables. Results of the study showed that all parents are aware on the social etiquette of their children with hearing impairment. Respondent’s age and educational attainment appeared to have no significant difference in their parental awareness. This meant that the awareness of parents toward the social etiquette of a child with hearing impairment has no significant relationship.