After an older child is diagnosed with hearing loss, you have the responsibility of helping him or her adjust to this new state. Due to the impact hearing loss can have on your child, you have to go to work quickly to help your child adjust. Here are some tips to help you and your child adjust to hearing loss:
Talk to your child's pediatrician and audiologist or get hearing aid counseling about any concerns that you have with your child's hearing loss. The sooner you communicate issues to them, the sooner you can have those problems resolved. With a solid plan in place, you can help your child deal with his or her loss of hearing in the best way possible.Share
7 January 2015
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