Treating Auditory Based Learning Disorders

Nina Kraus and her lab at Northwestern have done wonderful work in looking at... Read More

How Do You Know It Is Time to Move to a Cochlear Implant?

I have had some conversations recently with people who expressed concern about when to... Read More

School’s Open

It is the start of the school year and families should know what they... Read More

Research says fit babies with CI’s early

We all know that the younger children are the easier it is to increase... Read More

What Does It Take For A Child With Hearing Loss to Succeed

I had the honor of presenting several presentations at the first AGBell International Conference... Read More


Early Brain Development and Hearing

  The National Center on Early Childhood and Policy at Harvard has an item... Read More

Helping Kids Connect

We all know that technology is terrific. It really is. Hearing aids, cochlear implants... Read More

How Do We Know What a Kid With Hearing Loss Needs In School?

Everyone who works with children with hearing loss knows that, even with all  the... Read More

Providing Equal Communication Access In School

Children with hearing loss need access to classroom information. Ideally, they would be able... Read More

Let’s Look At Each Ear Separately Part 2

in my last blog I discussed looking at hearing in each ear to make... Read More


It’s Not the Same Old Deafness

At the recent Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EDHI) meeting there was, as always,... Read More

Sounds In Motion

This week’s blog is written by my good friend Fran Santore. She is a... Read More

What Does Your Baby Hear?

The first question I ask a family when I see them – either the... Read More

Supporting an Auditory Verbal Family

  Today’s blog is written by Stacey Lim, Au.D., Ph.D., CCC-A. Dr. Lim, a... Read More

Deaf Children in Under-served Countries

I received an email asking for help from a mother of a little 3... Read More