Hearing Loss – Evidence to Look for


You should always pay attention to whether your child is listening and responding appropriately to a noise. A lack of response may indicate a hearing loss. In some cases it is difficult to detect mild forms of hearing loss, such as hearing loss in only one ear. Important: Always remember that even a slight hearing loss negatively affect the child’s ability to learn by listening.
General warning signs of hearing loss:
A family member or teacher has concerns because:

    • The hearing
    • Delays or differences in speech and language development
    • Lack of attention or behavior problems
    • Poorer school performance than expected
    • The child does not respond when someone speaks outside its field of view, even if it is only slightly deflected
    • A startled or surprised look when the child realizes that his name was called – at normal or even fairly high volume
  •  The question is often, “What?” And “Huh?”
  • The child observes the facial expressions of people speaking very attentive
  • The child has difficulty understanding speech in background noise
  • The child sits in the vicinity of the TV when the volume is sufficient for other
  • The child represents the television or stereo / cassette player / CD player excessively loud a
  • The child does not respond to voices on the phone or the phone is constantly changing from one ear to the other
  • It scares not at loud noises
  • It can not properly locate the source of a sound
Biswajit Sadangi

Biswajit Sadangi

Biswajit Sadangi is an experienced Clinical Audiologist with a demonstrated history of working in the health wellness and fitness industry. He is skilled in conduction highly conclusive hearing tests, involves himself in clinical research, offers hearing aids, pediatrics, and hearing aid dispensing. He is regarded as a strong healthcare services professional with a M.Sc. (Aud) focused in Audiology from All India Institute of Speech & Hearing. Biswajit Sadangi is the Director at Manning Audiology.

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