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Get Your Hearing Checked: Quick Guide to Healthy LivingOne out of three (1 in 3) Americans over age 65 has a hearing problem. It is important to get your hearing checked. Your doctor may refer you to a hearing specialist.
... Details >National Health Information Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesFAQ - General Questions About Tinnitus Answers to consumers' most commonly asked questions about this hearing impairment characterized by ringing in the ears and/or head noises. These noises can appear in a variety of forms... buzzing, roa... Details >American Tinnitus AssociationAudiology Corner and Frequently Asked Questions This page links to information containing frequently asked questions by parents of children with hearing loss. You can find out about communication, resources, and assistive devices.... Details >John Tracy ClinicAuditory NeuropathyAuditory neuropathy is a hearing disorder in which sound enters the inner ear normally, but the transmission of signals from the inner ear to the brain is impaired. It can affect people of all ages, f... Details >National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication DisordersAuditory Processing Disorder in Children: What Does It Mean?Also available in: SpanishThis fact sheet provides information and resources about auditory processing disorder in children including: description, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatments and research.... Details >National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication DisordersBrain Diseases: Hearing Loss Being aware of hearing loss as you grow older is important, as impaired hearing can have a negative impact on your quality of life. This article offers information about hearing loss, including possib... Details >AARPCaption Media Program (CMP) Services The CMP provides a variety of services; this page describes all the services available through the agency, such as the free-loan media program and the clearinghouse.... Details >Captioned Media ProgramCochlear Implants: FDA InformationThe purpose of this website is to describe cochlear implants, link to FDA-approved implants, tell the benefits and risks of cochlear implants, and provide news about cochlear implant recalls and safet... Details >Center for Devices and Radiological Health, U.S. Food and Drug AdministrationCommunication Considerations for Parents of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing ChildrenAlso available in: SpanishThis fact sheets offers information and resources for parents with deaf and hard-of-hearing children including: screening, optimizing residual hearing and working with teachers.... Details >National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication DisordersDeaf Education Resources John Tracy Clinic is a primary educational resource for parents, professionals, the media and others interested in reliable and up-to-date information on early childhood deafness and the auditory-oral... Details >John Tracy Clinic
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