Memory, multitasking & planning are sometimes challenging for children with hearing loss. Help build these skills with these tips from MED-EL’s Head of Rehabilitation, Donna Sperandio.
Auditory closure is a fun way to help your child to build their listening and talking skills.
CI recipient and MED-EL USA team member Keri shares her top tips for travel with a cochlear implant.
It’s almost Halloween! If your child is celebrating this fun holiday, here are some tips for how to use Halloween as a way to improve your child’s speaking, listening, and communication skills. [...]
Throughout your hearing journey, friends, family, colleagues and other people you meet will probably be curious about that cool technology on your head—your hearing implant. People will always be [...]
Children learn language by listening and engaging with the world around them. This can be through environmental sounds, overhearing voices, and talking and interacting with other people. Used in [...]
Hearing loss can affect a person’s life in many ways. There is sometimes a misunderstanding that someone with a hearing implant is not affected by hearing loss. Even with an implant, having a [...]
When your child has a cochlear implant, there are two key strategies to help them develop language skills. The first strategy involves surrounding them in an environment of rich listening and [...]