The main purpose of this descriptive study was to identify the parental involvement of the parents to the self-esteem of their children with hearing impairment. This study was conducted last December 16, 2015 at Leganes Central Elementary School, Iloilo. The respondents were the five children with Hearing Impairment enrolled in the said school for the school year 2015-2016 and their parents. The 15-item questionnaire for the self-esteem of the children with Hearing Impairment and another 15-item questionnaire for the parental involvement of their parents prepared by the researchers were administered to the respondents through the help of the class adviser of the Hearing Impaired class to gather the data needed in the study. The result of the tests was analyzed using the Spearman rho frequency count and percentage to test whether there was a significant relationship between parental involvement and self-esteem of children with hearing impairment. Results showed that the self-esteem of children with hearing impairment is high. The results implied that the more the parents of these children with hearing impairment got involved in their academic performance and activities, the higher is the self-esteem of their children with hearing impairment.