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Helping Families Accept and Use Hearing Technology

In the olden days, when I started to work in this field, we used... Read More

Concerns about The Sound of Metal

I’ve tried to keep my mouth shut, but I give up. The Sound of... Read More

The Hearing Aid Effect

There has been a lot of research about the Hearing Aid Effect with adults.... Read More

Covid again!!!

Anyone out there sick of hearing about Covid? I certainly am. I am one... Read More

Helping Kids Explain Hearing Loss

When children are little, parents explain about their child’s hearing loss. When someone asks... Read More

HEARING LOSS IN KIDS

A SUPPORT GROUP FOR KIDS

I had an extraordinary day yesterday. (Isn’t audiology fun!!) My colleague Nancy Schumann (speech-language... Read More

WHAT INFORMATION DOES THE AUDIOLOGIST NEED TO GIVE TO FAMILY AND INTERVENTIONISTS?

Best results for kids will be obtained when everyone who works with kids communicates... Read More

The LOFT Program at AGBell

  Today’s Blog is written by Ken Levinson. It is about a topic that... Read More

Early Childhood Deafness: Past, Present and Future

This edition of Hearing and Kids, is written by David Luterman. David was my... Read More

Concerns about The Sound of Metal

I’ve tried to keep my mouth shut, but I give up. The Sound of... Read More

THERAPY FOR HEARING L OSS

Audiology in Vietnam

I have just returned from spending 3 weeks in Vietnam working with the Global... Read More

What Does Your Baby Hear?

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

Why Do We Need the Ling 6 sound Test?

Everyone who provides therapy for children with hearing loss knows about the Ling 6... Read More

Sounds In Motion

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

Testing Hearing in Remote Thailand

On a trip to Northern Thailand in July my husband and I were taken... Read More