pediatric hearing loss

February 18, 2020

Could Hearing Loss Increase Delinquency?

Childhood can be a magical time of learning and growing, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy. Think back to being a child. Playing with friends,
January 7, 2020

Helping Children With Hearing Loss Get The Most Out Of Team Sports

Sports are challenging, and for the child with a hearing loss, there are additional obstacles such as communication, safety, and protecting delicate hearing devices. Unique strategies
November 7, 2019

Adverse Childhood Experiences and Pediatric Hearing Loss

Childhood should be a happy time in any person’s life. Ideally, one’s childhood should be filled with opportunities to learn and grow, as well as plenty
June 6, 2019
theory of mind

Supporting Theory of Mind Development in Children with Hearing Loss

As you might imagine, children with hearing loss typically experience delayed skill development in several areas, especially language. Luckily, in addition to the child’s parents and
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