Hearing Health Foundation’s Hearing Restoration Project is aiming to enable spontaneous hearing restoration.
This article reports on the role of an attentive older sibling in helping a child learn and develop language skills.
Joseph Cerquone, director of public relations at ASHA, discusses the potential impact of loud stadium noise on a person’s hearing.
ASHA explains the milestones related to a child’s hearing, as well as what parents should do if they are concerned about their child’s hearing, the relationship between ear infections and hearing loss, and steps to protect hearing.
Pamela Mason, director of audiology practices at ASHA, discusses the dos and don’ts of helping parents who have hearing loss.
“Parents or caregivers need to make sure that [children] aren’t listening to music, watching television shows, and playing games on devices using head phones or earbuds at dangerously high volumes —it can lead to noise-induced hearing loss.”
Speech-language pathologist Robin Kushner is interviewed about early detection of communication disorders.
Speech-language pathologist Sonja Pruitt-Lord discusses the warning signs of communication disorders in children.
On the heels of a new study revealing growing mobile tech use in children, parents should prioritize hearing protection.
Speech-language pathologist Jonel Condra talks about the importance of early detection of communication disorders.