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Head Trauma and Ear Damage by Monique Hammond

According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) every year roughly 1.7 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury, or TBI. Victims often end up dazed and confused. They may complain of dizziness and headaches and come down with memory and/or concentration issues. The diagnosis is often given […]

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School Acoustics: Listen and Learn? By Monique Hammond

Are there plans to build a new school in your district or to retrofit an existing one? As much of learning depends on hearing, listening and processing speech, parents do well by becoming involved with their school board/district. Targeted questions regarding the designs or upgrades must be asked, especially as […]

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Learning Difficulties: Could Hearing Loss be a Concern? ADD?

Do you feel that your child has trouble learning? Could hearing loss be the problem or at least a contributing factor? Just a thought!   It is well-known that any type and any degree of hearing loss, no matter how mild, can have a substantial impact on children’s development and […]

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