More about Pediatric Audiology

When I was supervising new audiologists I always recommend a very old book about... Read More

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


How Many Hours a Day Does a Child Need to Hear?

We know, for sure, that kids need to hear all day long in order... Read More

Communicating Between Professionals

I just returned from attending the AGBell Convention in Scottsdale, Arizona. This has always... Read More

Vision for a Cure: Treating Usher Syndrome type 1f

Today’s blog is written by Melissa Chaikof. I have known Melissa since her daughters... Read More

Auditory Deprivation and Hearing Loss

There was an interesting article in the January 2017 issue of Hearing Review in... 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


Is This Kid Hearing Well Enough?

John I recently did school visits for two kids who were having problems in... Read More

Pioneers Helping Children Learn to Hear

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

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

Some really good old books

There are some really good old books out there that it would be terrific... Read More