You may wonder why most infants and children are fitted with hearing aids that sit behind the ear. There are several reasons this style is typically chosen.
There is a large discrepancy between recent reports of the prevalence of hearing loss in children.
Kids don't like to be different. With so much pressure to fit in and be part of the crowd, it can be difficult for children with hearing loss to accept the help they need from hearing aids. But one school in the St. Louis area has found a great way to help with that problem.