Posted on Thursday, April 23, 2015
Tired male child is unaware of his own hearing loss.

Without the proper facts, it’s not always easy to determine if a child or student has hearing loss and would do better in school, socially, and emotionally by using a hearing aid. Familiarity with the signs of childhood hearing loss is important, because hearing loss can be dismissed as normal childhood behavior and often the child is unaware he or she has a problem.

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Posted on Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The hair cells inside your ears change sound to a language the brain can understand. This is how the brain not only identifies a sound, but also can tell how far away the sound is and where it is coming from. In other words, our eyes aren't the only sense to aid in spacial recognition. That's one of the reasons why people who have problems with hearing might also have balance or location issues.

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Posted on Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Group talking at table might make it hard to hear.

For those with hearing loss, trying to hear others speaking in a difficult listening situations is anything but a game. And yet, playing a game might just hold the answer for clearer hearing.

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