Blog - Listening Ears
November 19, 2016

IT’S A NOISY PLANET PROTECT YOUR HEARING

The industrial and technological boom may have taken us all to higher levels of achievement, but these developments have also made the world a noisy place […]
November 18, 2016

Grand Parenting a Child with Hearing Loss

Grandparents have an unique role in the lives of their grandchildren. When faced with the diagnosis of a grandchild’s hearing loss, grandparents are concerned with the […]
November 17, 2016

Strategies to Improve Attention and Concentration of Preschoolers and Early School Goers

Without attention and concentration children can miss out on various formal and informal learning situations. This also affects the pace of their work and makes them […]
November 16, 2016

Importance Of Free Play

Too often these days, parents feel they have no choice but to pack their child’s schedules with adult-supervised, adult-driven activities such as organized sports. But, as […]
November 15, 2016

Hearing Siblings of Hearing Impaired Children

It’d be hard to understate the importance of the relationship between siblings, especially in the context of communication. Human beings learn a lot of what they […]
November 14, 2016

Early Intervention Benefits Children With Hearing Loss

Children with hearing loss experience improved language development when treated early and with well-fitted hearing aids. The language development in children with hearing loss improves with […]
November 12, 2016

Hearing Loss Affects The Communication

Children begin to learn how to communicate from the moment they are born. They listen and very soon they are able to recognise their mother’s and […]
November 11, 2016

Is Early Intervention Effective in Improving Spoken Language Outcomes of Children With Congenital Hearing Loss?

Hearing loss in neonates is the most common congenital sensory disorder. Congenital hearing loss has an adverse effect on speech and language developments, cognitive functioning and […]
November 10, 2016

Child and Family Factors Associated With Deaf Children’s Success in Auditory–Verbal Therapy

Objectives: To identify the general demographics of children who had Auditory–Verbal therapy and to identify child and family factors associated with differences between those children for […]
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