Understanding your child’s hearing loss

Understanding children’s hearing loss Hearing is fundamental to a child’s speech development. If you have any doubt about your child’s hearing it’s best to get them tested as soon as possible. In the particular case of children, it is necessary to be aware of expected speech and language skills at different ages, since these are Read more about Understanding your child’s hearing loss[…]

Testing children

Testing children Children hearing testing presents unique challenges: A child may be too young to follow instructions, too nervous to sit still, or simply not in the mood. That’s why Hearing Care Professionals have worked hard to develop techniques that are both physically and emotionally appropriate for kids. Subjective audiometry Subjective audiometry is the key Read more about Testing children[…]

Hearing Loss – Evidence to Look for

You should always pay attention to whether your child is listening and responding appropriately to a noise. A lack of response may indicate a hearing loss. In some cases it is difficult to detect mild forms of hearing loss, such as hearing loss in only one ear. Important: Always remember that even a slight hearing loss negatively affect Read more about Hearing Loss – Evidence to Look for[…]

Technology : Push Tinnitus to background

Technology : Push Tinnitus to background Modern technology can help subdue tinnitus. The main principle is acoustic stimulation. This means allowing your brain to hear and, therefore, focus on external sound rather than tinnitus. Hearing instruments Wearing hearing instruments often both improves hearing and alleviates tinnitus. Because if you can hear better, you can also Read more about Technology : Push Tinnitus to background[…]

Tinnitus is a symptom, not a disease

Tinnitus is a symptom, not a disease. Tinnitus is an indication of problems in the sound-processing system and can be linked to a range of very different disease patterns. Most tinnitus sufferers are also hard of hearing. Identifying physiological factors Aside from damage to the auditory system, tinnitus can also be caused by jaw joint Read more about Tinnitus is a symptom, not a disease[…]


Tinnitus Our world is alive with sound. Laughter, unforgettable melodies, waves breaking on the shore – all these sounds enrich our lives and are literally music to our ears, lifting our mood. However, what happens when one sound suddenly takes control? When tinnitus calls the tune Tinnitus is noise that originates from within the ear Read more about Tinnitus[…]

Listening Training

LACE – Listening and Communication Enhancement Training LACE is an acronym for Listening And Communication Enhancement. Conceived by leading audiologists at the University of California at San Francisco, LACE is an interactive computerized aural rehabilitation program that has already helped thousands of people who live with some degree of hearing loss increase their listening skills by Read more about Listening Training[…]