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Hearing Loss and Aural Rehabilition

The first thing you need to do once you are confirmed to have hearing loss is to accept the problem. Many people are unaware that hearing loss can indirectly affect individual quality of life, especially on psychosocial aspect and children‘s speech-language development. It is crucial to know about what should …

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Implantable Hearing Aid

Hearing loss can greatly affect our quality of life. It causes communication barrier in adults and problem in speech and language acquisition in children. The most popular method used to restore hearing ability in people with hearing loss is amplification device. BUT why the conventional hearing aid is sometimes not …

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Who is Audiologist?

Introduction An audiologist is a person who, by virtue of academic degree, clinical training, and license to practice and/or professional credential, is uniquely qualified to provide a comprehensive array of professional services related to the assessment and habilitation / rehabilitation of persons with auditory and vestibular impairments, and to the …

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Central Auditory Processing Disorder

What is CAPD? CAPD also often referred as APD or Auditory Processing Disorder. In general, Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) refers to how the brain as the Central Nervous System (CNS) has difficulty to process and use auditory information to find meaning. Thus CAPD often been related closely to a hearing …

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Communication Tips for Hard of Hearing People

Hearing Loss and Communication Communication is an essential part of our daily living. We need to communicate to establish good relationship, express needs and to understand message delivered by others. Hearing loss is a known communication barrier and often leads to communication breakdown. It causes frustration to people with hearing …

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Auditory Neuropathy in Children

Auditory neuropathy is a hearing disorder in which sound enters the cochlear normally but the transmission of signal from the cochlea to the brain is impaired. Auditory neuropathy is also known as auditory dys-synchony. From researches, auditory neuropathy may have normal hearing or hearing loss ranging from mild to profound …

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