Does your baby react to loud noises?
Is your baby responding to his or her name?
At age 2 does your toddler make playful sounds with their voice?
Does your toddler imitate simple words, and enjoy games like peek-a-boo?
At age 3 does your child understand “not now” and “no more” and follow simple directions?
Should I Wait to Have My Child's Hearing Tested?
The most important period for language and speech development is generally regarded as the first 3 years of life. It is important that hearing impairment be recognized as early in life as
The primary justification for early identification of hearing impairment in infants relates to the impact of hearing impairment on speech and language acquisition, academic achievement, and social/emotional development. If a child is hard of hearing or deaf at birth or experiences hearing
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Caring for Your Child’s Hearing Impairment
We are skilled in providing audiological services to infants and children. If you suspect your child may have a problem hearing, please contact our office today to schedule an appointment.