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Speech and Language Delay and Hearing Loss Mild to profound hearing loss is one of most significant reason for delay. Early identification and intervention helps these children to restore the hearing capacities to normal by hearing aids or cochlear implant. Please contact aarav clinic panvel. Hearing Aids
Pediatric Hearing Evaluation is one of the challenging task for every audiologist. Detailed case history, selection of appropriate physiological electrophysiological and behavioural testing is a key. Established hearing thresholds helps us select proper hearing aid and auditory training/ auditory verbal therapy approach. Child need to be evaluated subsequently to measure the benefit of amplification device and therapy. If no significant benefit is obtained by hearing aid further, child should be subjected to cochlear implant evaluation. Aided Audiogram, radiological study and therapists feedback helps team to consider the child for cochlear implant. Cochlear implant has really changed the world of children with hearing impairment. The goal of team is to integrate the child in mainstream and should get every opportunity as any other child with normal hearing. #brainstem evoked response #otoacoustic emission #Digital Hearing Aid #Aided audiogram #auditory Verbal therapy
Voice Disorders Voice disorders are medical conditions involving abnormal pitch, loudness or quality of the sound produced by the larynx and thereby affecting speech production. Disorders are categorized in organic, psychogenic, functional and neurological. organic are vocal cord nodules, cysts, polys etc functional meaning voice box is normal but mechanism is being used improperly or inefficiently. psychogenic means due to some reason patient is unable to produce the voice in spite of normal laryngoscopy findings neurological disorders involves palsy, paresis, spasmodic dysphonia, Parkinson disease, other neurological diseases #Voice Therapy # ENT evaluation # Voice Evaluation
Speech Banana The speech banana is a area in which all the speech sounds of the language fall on an audiogram. An audiogram is a graphical representation of a person's hearing sensitivity at a range of frequencies and loudness levels, and it is generally presented with frequencies (in Hertz on the x-axis and decibel level (dB) on the y-axis. When the sounds of speech or phonemes of all known human languages are plotted on an audiogram, they cluster in a banana-shaped region known as the speech banana. People with normal hearing sensitivity can also hear sounds outside of the speech banana. These sounds include ambient natural sounds such as a rustling of leaves in the wind or birds chirping. Artificial sounds outside of the speech banana can include music and mechanical noises (e.g., automobiles, lawn mowers). Audiologists are primarily concerned with hearing loss that occurs within the speech banana because it can slow the development of a child’s language and speech abilities, and this in turn can profoundly interfere with learning. Hearing loss within the speech banana can also hinder communication capabilities in adults, as in elderly people with age-related hearing loss. Benefit of the hearing aid also showed with the help of speech banana. If all the aided (speech and tone) fall with the banana then we consider as significant benefit from the device. If not child or adults will be evaluated for other hearing devices options like, Cochlear implant.
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