You can only understand when you can hear well.

Recognise hearing problems in children as early as possible.

Approximately six out of every 1000 children are born with some degree of hearing loss. The vast majority of these children will lead full, rewarding lives with the use of hearing aids. If your child does not appear to have reached one or more of these developmental milestones at the age indicated, talk to your family doctor about having his/her hearing tested.

AgeDevelopmental milestones
Infant less than 3 months
  •  jumps when there are loud sounds
  • stops sucking or crying when there is a new sound
3 months
  • coos at times and makes eye contact when talked to
9 to 10 months
  • turns toward you when called from behind
  • makes babbling sounds, such as “baba”
  • demonstrates an understanding of simple words: “mommy,” “daddy,” “no,” “bye-bye”
1 year
  • babbles using a variety of consonant sounds (g,m,n,b,d)
18 months
  • uses single words to express his or her wants
  • retrieves familiar objects on command without gestures
2 years
  • repeats words or phrases and uses short phrases when talking
  • most speech understood by adults who are not with the child daily
  • able to sit and listen to read-aloud picture books
3-5 years
  • spoken language used constantly to express wants, reflect emotions, convey information and ask questions
  • understands nearly all that is said to him/her
  • speech sounds are clear and understandable by the end of the preschool period

The causes of hearing difficulties in children are many but they fall under two main categories: congenital and non-congenital. Possible causes include:

for example,

  • problems during pregnancy or birth,
  • childhood illnesses or injuries to the eardrum.

In addition, according to scientific prognoses, a third of today’s young people will require a hearing instrument by the age of 50, due to damage to their hearing caused by noise coming from their free time.

Parent can do a lot. Inform yourself about what level of hearing capability a child of your child’s age and developmental stage should have and check it regularly in a playful way.

If your child is a little older, missing or insufficient reactions to acoustic stimuli, recurring misunderstandings, concentration difficulties or learning difficulties could be signs of a hearing problem. If you suspect that your child’s hearing is poor, you should speak with your child’s doctor.

If your specialist advises you to get a hearing system for your child, you should pick it out together with your child – just as with glasses or braces it is a big advantage if your child also likes the “helping accessory”. Then he will quickly discover that a hearing system has big advantages, which simplify communication during play or in school and increase self-confidence.

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