Tag: Pediatric hearing loss



Children and Hearing Loss: Who Has a Label?

Author Margaret Glenney, MA, poses the question: Given what we now know about hearing, listening, learning, and childhood development—along with the most common learning disorders—doesn’t it make sense for audiologists to be more involved in the assessment of auditory competence and development of children manifesting developmental delays?

Unilateral Hearing Loss in Children: Current Perspectives

It is now indisputable that we have sufficient data from academic and laboratory settings, parents, teachers, and children with UHL themselves to support the concept that these losses put children at risk for psychoeducational and related difficulties. However, we still cannot predict which children with UHL will have such problems, or which management approaches might best assist them with their listening and learning problems. Anne Marie Tharpe presents current perspectives on UHL in children.

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