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2020-10-14

HEARING IMPLANT AND WHAT NEXT?

HEARING IMPLANT AND WHAT NEXT?
When we decide our hearing-impaired child is to have a hearing implant, we usually ask ourselves some questions about what will happen next? Will our lives change radically? And what we need to pay special attention to, what to learn and remember?
2020-10-14

GAMES AND LISTENING EXERCISES

GAMES AND LISTENING EXERCISES
When a baby is born and many tests confirm profound hearing loss, sooner or later we meet right surdo-specialist (speech and language therapist for the hearing impaired). They reassure that with proper listening exercises and working with our child will help our deaf/hearing-impaired child learn what is a sound and they will use a verbal language.
2020-07-20

HEARING IMPLANTS AND VARIOUS CONCERNS ABOUT THEM

HEARING IMPLANTS AND VARIOUS CONCERNS ABOUT THEM
While we treat hearing implants as a remedy for all hearing problems, we cannot forget various fears associated with using it. On the one hand we feel a deep relief ‘Our child can finally live in a world of sounds—our world’. On the other hand, we fear certain situations, which unfortunately await us.
2020-06-03

GUIDELINES ON HANDLING A CHILD WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT

GUIDELINES ON HANDLING A CHILD WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT
Sometimes, a misconception is present in society that says that a child or even an adult who has an implant hears and does not need special treatment. Unfortunately, the case is not that simple. Yes, thanks to hearing implants, people born with severe hearing loss have the possibility to hear and develop properly.
2020-05-05

ONLINE REHABILITATION

ONLINE REHABILITATION
We have come to live in times and conditions that probably none of us dreamt of, planned for, and were not prepared for. Everyone suffers in their own way. For many of us, this situation has adverse effects. What about our children?
2019-10-16

A DEAF CHILD IN HEARING FAMILY

 A DEAF CHILD IN HEARING FAMILY
It does happen that a baby with impaired hearing is born in a healthy family where everyone can hear well an the problem of hearing loss has not occurred in the past. Often a family does not want to acknowledge facts about their child's health, deny the diagnosis and look for a confirmation that there must have been a mistake made somewhere.
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