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Auditory Implications in Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Where Do We Need to Go?
Symptoms following mild traumatic brain injury in children are generally heterogenous (emotional, physical, behavioural or sensory) and their variety and duration following mTBI may make it very difficult for some children to return to school and/or regular activities and proper diagnosis and management of symptoms and conditions is highly important.
Optimizing Outcomes for Children Who are Hard of Hearing
Walker et al write about how accurate pictures of how hearing aids support language development in children who are hard of hearing and why it is essential to implementing scientifically-based intervention and counseling for caregivers.
Noise Management in Pediatric Hearing Aid Fitting
Scollie and Bagatto explore the difficulties in making recommendations for noise management for children who use hearing aids.
Hearing Aid Candidacy for Children with Mild Bilateral Hearing Loss
McCreery and Walker look at how practicing audiologists are often caught between opposing views on whether to provide amplification for children with milder degrees of hearing loss.
Development of a Pediatric Fitting Protocol for Bone Conduction Hearing Devices
Dr Bagatto tells us about how the Pediatric Bone Conduction Hearing Device Working Group has designed and executed informative projects related to BCHD fitting in children.
Striking the Right Balance: The Importance of Screening for Vestibular Impairment in Children
Pediatric audiologist at Children’s Hospital Colorado Joshua Huppert give us an excellent review of the vestibular system and and explores the prevalence of vestibular disorders in children.
So… Who is Bob Harrison?
Canadian Audiologist was pleased to sit down with one of our newest columnist and explore his fascinating career in audiology.