Adverse Childhood Experiences and Pediatric Hearing Loss

Adverse childhood experiences and hearing loss

Nobody’s life is perfect, but all the experiences leading up to adulthood combine to create the parent we become. For those who are blessed with a kind and loving family, life may not be as difficult as for those who come from divorced or incarcerated parents. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) some people live through… Continue reading Adverse Childhood Experiences and Pediatric Hearing Loss

Vestibular Screening For Children With Hearing Loss

The vestibular system is a link between the inner ear and the brain. The function of the vestibular system is to help a person keep their balance. If a disease or an injury affects the vestibular system, the result is called a vestibular disorder. Although poor balance is the primary symptom, vision and hearing are… Continue reading Vestibular Screening For Children With Hearing Loss

Helping Parents Of Preemies Prevent, Detect, And Treat Hearing Loss

Premature baby morbidity is the best it’s been worldwide, primarily due to the technological and medical advances put into practice in developed countries. While much work and assistance need to be paid to developing countries, babies born prematurely all across the world are at higher risk of birth-related hearing loss. While not all newborn hearing… Continue reading Helping Parents Of Preemies Prevent, Detect, And Treat Hearing Loss