LATEST POSTS

We MUST do Speech Perception Testing

I just read an article about using speech perception testing to validate hearing aid... Read More

How Have Kids with Hearing Loss Managed in Online Classrooms?

One of my old babies has been a social worker in a large hospital... Read More

Babies and Earmolds

A colleague recently asked me how many earmolds a baby was likely to need... Read More

How Is Your Child Hearing Today?

What can parents and clinicians do to check how well children are hearing, now... Read More

Some Language Activities for Children at Home

Being stuck at home, while we know it is essential, can be difficult. Kids... Read More

HEARING LOSS IN KIDS

Hearing Loss in Children Is a Neurological Emergency

The Facts About Pediatric Hearing Loss   Hearing loss is the most common disability... Read More

Providing Equal Communication Access In School

Children with hearing loss need access to classroom information. Ideally, they would be able... Read More

What Is Good Speech Perception

I receive questions often about what is good speech perception so I think it... Read More

Assessing School Services

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

Helping Kids Connect

We all know that technology is terrific. It really is. Hearing aids, cochlear implants... Read More

THERAPY FOR HEARING L OSS

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

It’s Not the Same Old Deafness

At the recent Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EDHI) meeting there was, as always,... Read More

Responsibilities of Pediatric Audiology

Pediatric audiology is a complex profession. In addition to diagnostic responsibilities, pediatric audiologists need... 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

Sounds In Motion

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