Untreated Hearing Loss and Quality of Life
Untreated Hearing Loss and Quality of Life Adult hearing loss often occurs gradually. This can make it more difficult for people to realize there is deterioration or recognize to what extent their hearing has declined. Experiences associated with hearing loss can cause many different frustrations, even difficulties. Let’s review some of the common issues individuals […]
Peter, 23 years old now, was the first baby in the state of Oklahoma identified with hearing loss through Oklahoma’s mandated newborn hearing screening program which required, beginning in 2000, that all newborns receive a hearing test before discharge from the hospital.
Hadley & Dennis Krueger GRAND MOMENTS Listening to each other’s questions and critiques, enjoying laughter, even quiet times of reflection. These moments are part of a grand adventure at Oklahoma City’s National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum shared by Hadley Krueger, age 9, and her grandfather Dennis — “PaPa” to her. It is special time […]
Where are they now? Meet Jentry
Jentry was diagnosed with hearing loss at 18 months old. She was born deaf in her right ear and had moderate hearing loss in her left ear. Speech therapy became a staple in her life from her diagnosis until junior high school. At the time, the protocol to receive a cochlear implant was very different […]