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Auditory Processing Disorder: Understanding the ABCs of APD

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a disorder of the auditory (hearing) system which causes a disruption in the way an... Read full post »
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Hearing Screening at School: What to Expect if Your Child Gets Tested

The majority of children with congenital hearing loss will have the impairment identified at birth by a newborn screening, which... Read full post »

Sore Throat Spectrum: Runny Nose to Strep and Everything in Between

Sore throat can occur on its own, for multiple reasons, or it can be the sign of another illness. So,... Read full post »

Ear Tube Removal: Is it Necessary?

One of the most common surgical procedures in children is the placement of tubes within the eardrum, also known as... Read full post »
Turn It Down: Ear Buds and Hearing Loss

Turn It Down: Ear Buds and Hearing Loss

Listen up! The latest research suggests that 97% of children have used a mobile device. Most of these children before... Read full post »

Helping Your Child Adjust to Hearing Aids

Each year, thousands of school-aged children and newborn babies are diagnosed with some degree of hearing loss. For many of... Read full post »
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Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy Recovery Tips: How to Ease the Pain

If your child is noted to have large tonsils and adenoids by an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist and has... Read full post »
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Universal Newborn Hearing Screening

Before babies are born, they use their hearing to listen to the sounds around them. Listening specifically to  speech and... Read full post »