Strategies for Keeping Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants on Young Children
It is highly important that children who are deaf and hard of hearing wear their listening devices for all waking hours. However, this can sometimes be difficult with younger children.Keep Reading
What Does a Cochlear Implant Do?
Cochlear implants work a little differently than typical hearing aids, and this type of assistive technology is most common in children with severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss. But how exactly do cochlear implants allow children with sensorineural hearing loss to hear better?Read More
How Do I Test My Newborn Baby’s Hearing?
If you’re one of those parents, learning that your newborn may be deaf or hard of hearing can come as a devastating shock. And that’s assuming your baby has been properly tested in the first place.Keep Reading
Is a Cochlear Implant Right for My Child?
As a parent, learning that your child has hearing loss can be devastating. Even worse is the realization that technologies like hearing aids may not be enough. But there are other solutions.Keep Reading
Cochlear Implants vs. Hearing Aids
Although no known technology can completely restore hearing, hearing aids and cochlear implants can help improve your child’s ability to hear and communicate.Read More
Cochlear Implant Pros and Cons for Children
Most assistive hearing devices work by amplifying sound. Hearing aids, for example, help boost auditory signals – allowing more information to reach the brain for processing. And with proper fitting and training, these devices can help with the user’s hearing ability.Read More