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Monthly Archives: June 2014
Make sure the loud sounds of summer don’t stop you from hearing the sweet soft sounds of summer. Leave a comment! What are your favorite sounds of summer?
For kids with hearing aids, sometimes having a toy “just like them” can really help. Here are eight such toys, stuffed animals, and dolls I found for purchase online. 1. Build-a-Bear Build-a-Bear offers a plush hearing aid for their stuffed animals to wear. … Continue reading
It is well recognized that hearing is critical to speech and language development, communication, and learning. Children with listening difficulties due to hearing loss or auditory processing problems continue to be an underidentified and underserved population. The earlier hearing loss … Continue reading
Newborn Hearing Screenings All newborns should be screened for hearing loss. Make sure your newborn’s hearing is screened before leaving the hospital. Why Screen Newborns? Newborn hearing screenings are extremely important. When newborns have hearing loss and are diagnosed early, … Continue reading
On a chilly day in Boone, NC, midway through my second semester of college I noticed a few significant changes in my hearing. Since it was a dramatic change from one day to the next, I knew it had to … Continue reading
Who is taking responsibility for your hearing loss, your family and friends or YOU? Hearing Aids are much less conspicuous than hearing loss. VS Take action. Hearing loss treatment is shown to improve earning power, relationships, emotional stability, sense of … Continue reading