Hearing Loss

How can you tell if your child is suffering from hearing loss? Find out how to recognize the signs and what you can expect from testing and treatments. Dealing with hearing problems now can keep your child's speech and language on track.

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One family talks about raising a deaf daughter and how she explains her hearing device to other children. "Some people need glasses to see while some people need cochlear implants to hear," she tells them.