To explore the behavior of parents with their child suffered from hearing impairment
Babies aged less than 1 year with one or more risk factor that may cause hearing impairment
as defined by JCIH.
Audiologists would manage the hearing screening training programmes, but be free to focus on confirmation of the diagnosis of hearing impairment
in infants who screen positive, and then to undertake subsequent appropriate intervention(s).
Children with hearing impairment
were classified into five groups for frequencies 1kHz, 2kHz, and 4kHz: normal (<30dB), mild (31dB to 40dB), moderate (41dB to 60dB), severe (61dB to 80dB), and profound (>80dB).
0%) perceived their children had symptoms of hearing impairment
, with nine (69.
It is observed in a study that among all disabilities hearing impairment
is more likely to use assistive technology (Yeager and Reed, 2008).
As per the recommendations of National Institutes of Health Consensus (NIHC) Development Conference Statements we have tried to look into the incidence of hearing impairment
in at risk and no risk neonates.
We currently have 44 specialist places available for children with a hearing impairment
, but only 20 of these are taken.
Key words: Auditory sensing, cochlea, nonsyndromic, deafness, autosomal recessive, hearing impairment
Certain situations including consanguineous marriages, premature birth, diseases such as jaundice and typhoid, improper administration of drugs and congenital abnormalities, may cause hearing impairment
This descriptive survey research study assessed the professional attributes of teacher preparation for teaching students with hearing impairment
However, somewhat less attention has been paid to the effects of hearing impairment
on earning power.