Conversational turn-taking is important for building strong neural connections and pathways. By encouraging these serve and return interactions, we are promoting language development and healthy brains.
Adapting communication resources is important because not every child in the world knows who wears a red suit and says “Ho, Ho, Ho”.
Giving parents confidence when it comes to kids enjoying water activities and keeping their hearing aids on.
The new Quick Practice Guideline provides professionals working with children with hearing loss with guidance on how to manage unilateral hearing loss — because we now know that one ear is just not enough.
Phonak, the Sonova Science & Technology team and the Audiology department at the University of Melbourne are working together to develop a clinical model for the assessment and management of children with ASD.
Exposure to two million more words a year could give a young child with hearing loss the information they need to reach their full potential!
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