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

Building skills for children with unilateral hearing loss and cochlear implants

I have received a lot of questions about managing children with unilateral hearing loss,... Read More

Building Babies Brains

It is good for us all to be reminded periodically about what is involved... Read More


What to Look for in a Pre-school Program

Now that summer is half over it’s time to think about the fall. What... Read More

Sounds In Motion

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

Can Kids Benefit From Hearing Loops?

People with hearing loss have trouble hearing when they are at a distance from... Read More

A Mild Hearing Loss is Not a Mild Problem

Mild hearing loss is a misnomer. I do not know what word to substitute... Read More

Cost-Benefit Ratio of Auditory-Verbal Therapy

Last week I had the honor of visiting London and, among other things, got... Read More


Pioneers Helping Children Learn to Hear

Helen Beebe was one of the pioneers who worked to help children with hearing... Read More

Audiologists Needed for Mission in Vietnam

Today’s blog is written by Paige Stringer and myself. Paige is the Executive Director... Read More

Professionals Learning From Each Other

I have just returned from a week in England attending the British Society of... Read More

Readers’ Choices 2014: Parents Need Accurate Information

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

When Do We Recommend that Children Learn Sign Language?

I presented workshops last week at the Arkansas Speech and Hearing Association and the... Read More