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Universal Newborn Hearing Screening138932Hearing screening tests are performed on newborn babies before they leave the hospital. Learn about what universal newborn hearing screening is and why it is important.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM10166htmlFalseaspx
About Hearing37908Understanding how the ear works and the types of hearing loss is important for parents with children who are deaf or hard of hearing.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM7724htmlFalseaspx
Glossary37921Glossary of words and terms used during testing and diagnosis of hearing loss or deafness.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM1403htmlFalseaspx
About Us37922BabyHearing.org was created by a team of Audiologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Teachers of the Deaf, Geneticists, Doctors and Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM1135htmlFalseaspx
Hearing Tests Used During Newborn Screening37903There are two types of hearing tests used during newborn hearing screening. Read about these tests and how they work to detect hearing loss in babies.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM14177htmlFalseaspx
My Baby Didn’t Pass the Newborn Hearing Test37905Learn about the next steps if your baby's first hearing screening showed signs of possible hearing loss.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM12582htmlFalseaspx
ASDC Snapshots: "I Just Found Out My Child is Deaf"37907Will my child have a normal life? How will my child learn to communicate? Will my child be able to speak? Read answers to frequently asked questions about newborn hearing loss.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM938htmlFalseaspx
Non-Genetic Hearing Loss37911Hearing loss can be caused by illness or trauma during, before or after birth. Low birth weight, jaundice, meningitis and other infections can lead to developing hearing loss.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM7487htmlFalseaspx
Genetic Hearing Loss37912Roughly 50% of childhood hearing loss is genetic. Genetic hearing loss can be Syndromic or Non-Syndromic. Learn the basics of genetic hearing loss including autosomal recessive, autosomal dominant, x-linked or mitochondrial causes.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM6709htmlFalseaspx
Genetic Hearing Loss FAQ37915Read our frequently asked questions about genetic hearing loss in children.4/23/2018 6:25:15 AM3511htmlFalseaspx