Esteban López has had hearing loss since he was baby. Using hearing aids, he succeeded at school and followed his dreams all the way to veterinary school. But even with the strongest hearing aids, he struggled to hear people (and animals!) clearly at work. It was then that he decided to get cochlear implants. Now,
Today’s Rehab At Home post is about the Ling Six Sound Test. The Ling Test is a simple activity you can do each morning to check your child can hear all of the sounds of speech with their cochlear implant, or other hearing device. We recommend that you add the Ling Six Sound test to
December has begun, and so has the party season! This time of year is filled with all different kinds of social events like family and friend gatherings, and end-of-year work parties. In this post, we will share some tips for hearing during such events, to help you to make the most of the holiday season.
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. Start Planning Early! Talking with your child in advance will help him or her to build an understanding of what Halloween is about
Being able to use a phone hands free can mean independence in many ways, like making appointments, getting assistance from customer service, and chatting with friends. For people with hearing loss, talking on the phone can be a challenging and sometimes daunting experience. Keri Reynolds is a bilateral cochlear implant recipient who is also a