Fitting Hearing Aids for Children:
Special Considerations

Having an appropriately audiologically fit hearing aid is one of the most important things for a successful outcome when wearing hearing aids. Fit determines not only the patient’s physical comfort level (and therefore likelihood of actually wearing the hearing aid) but also the actual sound quality and functioning of the hearing aid. Because children grow […]

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4 Reasons to Get Your Child’s Hearing Tested Now

Hearing loss has been decidedly linked to developmental delays in children. Because children usually aren’t aware enough to notice the hearing loss and alert their parents, parents need to be vigilant for some of the classic signs of hearing loss in their children and test them as soon as they notice something might be off. […]

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Identifying Hearing Loss in Children

Effective communication is of the utmost importance in childhood development. That’s why hearing loss needs to be identified as soon as possible after a baby is born so that if there are any hearing issues, they can be corrected with the use of a device and the child won’t experience a gap in the ability […]

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