Mild-to-moderate hearing loss in children leads to changes in how brain processes sound

Kind, Hinter-Ohr-Gerät-Anpassung       Credit:  WikiCommons

Kind, Hinter-Ohr-Gerät-Anpassung Credit: WikiCommons

Detecting even mild degrees of hearing impairment earlier could lead to earlier intervention that would limit these brain changes, and improve children’s chances of developing normal language

Lorna Halliday

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