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How Children Hear

How Children Hear

How Children Hear

Physiologically, children’s ears function very much the same as adult ears. The differences are in retro cochlear nerve structures and central auditory development.

Nerve structures develop until 12 years of age and some central auditory abilities peak only around 20 years of age. The ongoing development of your child's hearing makes it of such paramount importance to provide adequate input (hearing) to facilitate normal ongoing auditory development.

Speech development is a natural progression of auditory ability. Normal speech development and speech production is only possible with adequate hearing and normal central auditory development.

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