Articles I Have Written
- The Best Books for Kids with Hearing Loss
- Sleep Studies for Kids
- Adjusting to Hearing Aids
- Free Resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
- First Steps When Baby Can't Hear
- When Baby "Refers" on the Newborn Hearing Test
- Water Sports with Hearing Aids
- What is the Newborn Hearing Screen?
- The Best Hearing Aid Accessories for Kids
- Choosing Eyeglasses for Kids
- Great Hearing Loss Simulations
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
So, hypothetically speaking, if your child's hearing aid begins to emit the amazingly high pitched squeal known as "feedback," it might be a good idea to give the hearing aid a thorough once-over. The problem might not be outgrown earmolds, but tubing that has cracked nearly in half.
The good news: the unremitting squeal is now gone.
The bad news: we can no longer locate Nolan by sound.
Hearing aid maintenance by Mommy: fail.