Hearing Aids for Young ones/ Children

Reasons & Complications of Hearing Loss:

60% of childhood hearing loss can be  preventable.

The hearing loss in children is often identified during a test performed in the newborn hearing screen which is done about 24-48 hours after birth. But some children develop hearing loss as they get older.  Early intervention After the hearing loss is suspected or diagnosed in your child, will have less impact on your child development milestones

Hearing plays a very crucial role in the development of speech,language, communication & learning of children & young adults, But it is difficult with children who are suffering from hearing loss like it can impact the receptive & expressive communication skills & can result in less accomplishment in academics & can also hinder their socializing with their families & friends.

Solution to your child hearing loss

An audiogram test & detect the level of hearing loss in your child or young adult so that we can guide you to choose the best hearing aid which will help in the development stages of your child life.
Depending upon the type of hearing loss, we offer a wide range of all the latest hearing aids based on different types of technology. It is always good to have early detection of hearing problems in newborns to ensure the sooner resolvency, you can do that with _________hearing screener with a powerful combination of

• the automated auditory brainstem response (ABRIS),
• distortion product OAE (DPOAE), and
• transient evoked OAE (TEOAE) hearing tests.

OEA testing is always good for reducing testing time.


For your child, hearing is very crucial for the development of the skills in their learning.     Your child will have to listen clearly to the conversation so that they can respond. In an age-appropriate way, explain the hearing aid to your child and how it will help. Give your child time to ask questions.
Be patient and give your child time to get used to the hearing aid and the sound it makes.
Start using the hearing aid in quiet areas and then introduce them to noisier places. Your child may not wear the hearing aid due to the fear of being rejected by their peers. Encourage your Child to Wear Hearing Aid at all times for a better hearing