It can be hard for a child to adjust to hearing aids, but loving and attentive parents can be a great resource. Some children can easily acclimate but the process is not so easy for all children. There are many ways that you, as a parent, can…
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Getting your child’s first set of new hearing aids is an exciting moment, an important milestone in your child’s journey to sound. It will be a very exciting time for your entire family, but it is also normal that you should have questions…
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Dr. Coltharp has served the Memphis community for over 30 years.
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Dr. Smith specializes in cochlear implants, osseo-integrated hearing devices, and pediatrics.
“Thank you for taking care of my son. He feels you all are like family.”
Pat G.Local Mother
“‘Sandra’ has suffered for years, feeling alone, feeling like not hearing or understanding was her way of life. She began finding ways to keep herself learning in her own way – piano, creating music, headphones in the car and at home. She began to feel guilty about asking us to repeat stuff. She constantly thought I was mad at her because she read my facial expressions to gain understanding (apparently I look mad a great deal). Yesterday, we tried me saying the same thing with her system and without and she saw how facial expressions do not always convey a person’s true feelings. It is still new, but she is loving the ‘new normal’.”
JenniferMother of ADP Patient
“So grateful for you! You’ve been a big influence on him. You’ve been a blessing in our lives from the beginning.”
“I’ve heard things I didn’t know made sounds or maybe just forgot. I can hear rocks crunching under tires and the seat belt indicator. I had no idea how much I was missing.”