Audiology DYKs

  • Children and hearing aids

    Hearing aids may help with your child's hearing loss. Learn about hearing aids for children as well as other services for children with hearing loss.

  • Daily care for behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids

    Taking care of your behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid every day is very important to keep it working well. Learn how to care for your BTE hearing aid, including how to clean it.

  • Daily care for in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids

    Taking care of your in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aid every day is very important to keep it working well. Learn how to care for your ITE hearing aid, including how to clean it.

  • Effects of hearing loss

    The earlier hearing loss occurs in a child's life, the more serious the effects on the child's development. Learn about early intervention to make the impact less serious.

  • Hearing aid myths and facts

    Learn the facts about hearing aids. Our experts dispel myths and present useful information about fit, size, adjustment and listening strategies.

  • Hearing aids for teens and adults

    Hearing aids can help you communicate with family and friends. Find answers to common questions about hearing aids. Learn about benefits and features.

  • Medication effects on hearing

    Certain medicines can effect how well your child hears. Learn about these drugs.

  • Middle ear dysfunction and hearing loss

    Middle ear dysfunction can cause hearing loss. Learn about the signs to watch out for.

  • Noise and hearing loss

    Loud noises can damage your child's hearing. Learn how to prevent hearing loss.

  • Noisy toys, dangerous play

    Some loud toys can damage your child's hearing. Learn how to protect your child.

  • Rehabilitation Services

    Rehabilitation can give your child hope and confidence, both during and after treatment. Learn more about rehabilitation services.

  • Resources for people with hearing loss

    Rehabilitation services and other resources are available for people with hearing loss. Learn about ones that might be right for your family.

  • Sensorineural hearing loss

    Sensorineural hearing loss occurs when something damages the inner ear. Learn more about sensorineural hearing loss.

  • The Brain Crew

    Learn more about the brain. It controls everything we do. The brain is made of several parts, and each controls a different body function.

  • Unilateral hearing loss

    When hearing is impaired in only one ear, it is called a unilateral hearing loss. Learn what can be done to help your child in home and school settings.