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Receiving Support in Schools

When I started working in this field (in the age of the dinosaurs) there... Read More

A Parent’s View about Getting CI’s At Later Than The Optimal Time

Today’s blog is written by  Lydia Gregoret. She is an audiologist, scientist, teacher, and... Read More

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

HEARING LOSS IN KIDS

What does 4000 Hz tell you?

We all know hearing aids make things louder. But does it matter exactly how... 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

What Do School Personnel Need to Know About Hearing?

What do Children Need to Hear in the Classroom? The majority of what children... Read More

There Is a Shortage of Pediatric Audiologists

The US, is facing a shortage of pediatric audiologists. With newborn hearing screening becoming... 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

THERAPY FOR HEARING L OSS

Assessing School Services

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

Fitting Two Ears – Do They Always Match?

The fact that we have two ears does not mean that both of them... Read More

Listening and Learning Strategies

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

Is This Kid Hearing Well Enough?

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