There is no way to predict which children with UHL will experience academic, speech-language and social-emotional difficulties (McKay, Gravel, and Tharpe, 2008). Anecdotal evidence suggests that this [Take Survey]
Headphones and hearing loss may not go hand in hand definitively, but the reality of hearing loss in teens is real. Check out this Consumer Reports article that spells out why we should be concerned and what we all can do about it. on.asha.org/2mtZMpq
The Educational Audiology Association is an international organization of audiologists and related professionals who deliver a full spectrum of hearing services to all children, particularly those in educational settings.
The mission of the Educational Audiology Association is to act as the primary resource and as an active advocate for its members through its publications and products, continuing educational activities, networking opportunities and other professional endeavors.