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School is starting – we hope (I think)

School is starting again and everyone needs to remember what it is like for... Read More

The LMH Test For Monitoring Listening – Jane Madell and Joan Hewitt

Today’s blog discusses a new test for monitoring listening developed by Jane Madell and... Read More

What is Pediatric Audiology?

As I travel around (mostly by zoom of late) talking with different groups, I... Read More

New kids books with animal characters with hearing loss

Tanya Saunders has written a series of books in which animal characters have a... Read More

Why Listening Practice is Important

When children get technology for the first time, or when they move from one... Read More

HEARING LOSS IN KIDS

New kids books with animal characters with hearing loss

Tanya Saunders has written a series of books in which animal characters have a... Read More

Pediatric Audiology Requires a Degree of Competence

Dear Readers: During this holiday season, the editors at Hearing Health & Technology Matters... Read More

Global Foundation for Children With Hearing Loss

This week’s Blog post was written by my good friend Paige Stringer. Paige is... Read More

Should We Use Hearing Aid Special Features on Children?

Harvey Dillon has just published the second edition of Hearing Aids (Thieme, 2012). Harvey is... Read More

Do Babies Who Pass Newborn Hearing Screening Need to Be Tested Again?

Normal hearing kids Babies who pass newborn hearing screening are usually released from follow-up.... Read More

THERAPY FOR HEARING L OSS

Using Words Carefully

 We are all influenced by words. Some have easy, uncomplicated meanings (book, tree, house)... Read More

On the Road to Ho Chi Minh City

This week’s Blog is written by my friend and colleague Lillian Henderson.  She earned a master’s... Read More

Assessing School Services

How do parents know if their children with hearing loss are receiving enough assistance?... Read More

Listening and Learning Strategies

With today’s technology, almost every child has the ability to learn to listen. No... Read More

The Itinerant Teacher for Children with Hearing Loss

With the technology available today, almost all children with hearing loss (83.3%) are being... Read More