Good hearing is an important part of learning. It is essential to assess a child's hearing if there are signs of hearing impairment.
Some signs of hearing impairment may include:
- Not reacting to loud or unusual noises
- A child not turn his head when spoken to or his
name is called
- Requiring constant repetition to follow directions
- Frequent ear aches, colds and/or upper
If there are concerns about your child’s hearing contact your family doctor, pediatrician, teacher or speech language pathologist.
A licensed audiologist is available to perform complete hearing evaluations on site at Bornhava, according to the child's Individualized Education Plans (IEP) for children 3 -5 years of age or Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) for children birth to three.