Children with unilateral hearing loss occupy a “gray area” between normal hearing and what is typically thought of as hearing-impaired children. Treating these children requires a comprehensive, individualized approach.
Children with unilateral hearing loss occupy a “gray area” between normal hearing and what is typically thought of as hearing-impaired children. A review of research shows the unique difficulties these children face in their daily lives.
How a binaural psychoacoustic effect tricks some audiologists to believe something which is not entirely true.
Sharing our hearing loss stories with each other is a powerful thing. On HearingLikeMe.com, people with or affected by hearing loss grow, learn and advocate together through their personal stories.
Prompting conversations about the emotional impact of hearing loss.
Watching TV consistently rates as one of the top leisure activities, yet we don’t like to admit to watching too much, even though in many cases there are benefits!
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