At 14 months of age and through the help of a very talented pediatric audiologist in Utah, Mason Loe just heard his first sound. Read and watch how cochlear implants changed the Loe family forever.
Many EHDI programs throughout the United States and beyond have expressed a great interest in telehealth practices. Federal funding has provided for many of these programs to become increasingly available to those interested in learing and utilizing this technology. The Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center, one of these federally funded organizations has announced an “Open Mic Forum,” to be held Monday, Sept. 13th and will be focused on “Identifying the Top Five Pains in Telemedicine! Requesting Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Reimbursement.”
George Lindley, manager of Oticon Pediatrics, reaffirms Oticon’s committment to helping children with hearing loss achieve their full potential.
Find out how German researchers have developed new techniques in dealing with the discomforting effects of noise-related hearing loss.
Scientists in New Zealand have discovered a new compound that restores hearing damage occurring from exposure to loud noise.
Thanks to developments by students at the Universtiy of Washington, the future of American Sign Language is now.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) vs. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973… Find out which law covers your child’s hearing loss.
Read what former President Bill Clinton had to say about supporting the Lexington Hearing and Speech Center at their 50th anniversary celebration.
Have you ever had to lecture your child about wearing ear plugs when jamming in the garage with his bandmates? Find out what this woman has done to help teach the importance of hearing protection to musicians.
A family from North Carolina found help for their daughter who was born with a hearing loss. Two things changed their lives, a cochlear implant and a special school that teaches deaf children with cochlear implants ages 3-8 how to speak and communicate before thier integration into a curriculum with other children of normal hearing.