If your child has cochlear implants, you should be familiar with aural rehabilitation, or rehab. Your child probably has regular appointments with a rehab specialist, to learn how to listen and [...]
If you’ve been on the HearPeers forum, you might have seen Cara Mia’s username pop up giving advice and sharing personal experiences of having a cochlear implant. Cara Mia, aka Yelena, has been [...]
Rehabilitation is one of the most important stages for a cochlear implant recipient on their journey to hearing. Hearing specialists and the right rehabilitation materials can help you learn to [...]
Factors like hearing loss history, levels of expectations, and family support will all influence hearing with a cochlear implant.
Here are tips for adult cochlear implant rehabilitation, which can help an older adult hear sound with a cochlear implant.
If you have a cochlear implant, do you remember your activation day? Do you remember what the world sounded like, and has it changed since that day? Everybody will experience their activation in [...]
Did you enjoy our Word Search activity last month? Here is another listening activity to make practice a little more fun! In previous blogs, we have talked about active, structured listening [...]
In previous blogs, we have talked about active, structured listening practice leading to faster progress, tips for practicing listening, and how to make activities easier or more difficult [...]
Does your child need to wear eyeglasses? Wearing glasses and a hearing implant processor behind the ear can lead to issues with keeping both devices on. This is particularly frustrating if you’re [...]
In many countries around the world, the festive season is just around the corner and the preparations for the holidays have already begun. We know that looking for the right present can be a [...]