Taking the first steps into socializing requires good hearing support

Making friends and playing with them is essential for children’s social activities. A good hearing solution can help.

When the child starts going to day care, the listening environment changes. There will be more noise and more speech around the child. Therefore it is important that the child’s hearing aids can help the child’s brain distinguish speech from noise.

Speech intelligibility

The child will develop and improve the speech intelligibility during these years. This requires good access to low and high pitch to understand the words. Modern hearing aids offer comfortable amplification of speech in both low and high pitch frequencies – with no compromise in keeping the hearing aid’s sound as clear and natural as possible.

Children require love and support from others to fully function. Family initially provides this, but as a child gets older, the child’s need for identity and independence leads them to seek this support in others separate from family.

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