With the holidays coming up and Black Friday deals peeking out, parents and guardians alike are searching for just the right toys to give to children.
Toys that make noise, in particular, are a popular choice for kids these days, according to the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACDHH). However, the group warns that these raucous toys can actually cause permanent damage to a child’s hearing.
Everyday we’re seeing advancements in technology to help the deaf or hard of hearing. What’s maybe even more exciting is that people are talking about how important these technologies are!
They were all born deaf, except Kaleb — who at age 20, is the oldest child.
Phu Duong, a doctoral student in the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Cellular and Molecular Pathology Graduate Program who is deaf, works with cultures in Corinna Burger’s neurology research lab in Bardeen Medical Laboratories.
Painting trip helps teach Dubuque hard-of-hearing and deaf students the importance of self-advocacy.
Doctors have struggled to prevent hearing loss that is common among premature babies placed in protective incubators to grow and on artificial ventilators to breathe.
But a hearing specialist with Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota might have just cracked the case.
Have you registered for the webinar on “Providers’ Use of Coaching Behaviors in Telepractice” scheduled for Thursday, 11/19? There is still time to register!
BabyTalk Speech Pathologist Patricia Gomez works with the Lopez Family via FaceTime from her office at the Weingarten Children’s Center in Redwood City.