How Hearing Loss Can Change a Child’s Brain

Mild-To-Moderate Hearing Loss May Change How The Brain Processes Sound In Children

Did you know that approximately 1.4 babies out of every 1000 have hearing loss, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 14.9% of children age 6 to 19 years have at least some hearing loss?  Whether it’s due to noise exposure, genetics and injury, or something else, early detection of hearing… Continue reading How Hearing Loss Can Change a Child’s Brain

Protecting Students With Hearing Loss

New laws to support kids with hearing problems in school

Deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf-blind children face a whole host of challenges in their daily lives. These children need to learn to navigate the world, just as their peers do, but also need to learn how to communicate in a world that’s not always set up for them to succeed. While deaf, hard of… Continue reading Protecting Students With Hearing Loss