Caregiver coaching is an expected practice in early intervention. However, little is known about coaching with caregivers of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, receiving services for listening and spoken language (LSL). A systematic review of 7 databases, the gray literature, and consultation with 7 expert LSL practitioners yielded 506 records for full-text review, 22 of which were ultimately included in the review. Our findings are presented as 3 themes: coaching practices, training for coaching, and effectiveness of coaching. Eight models of coaching were identified in the literature, from which we identified commonalities to propose a consolidated model that illustrates the recommendations and process of caregiver coaching found in the LSL literature.