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An overview of the development of children with Down syndrome (5 ...
Although hearing losses of up to 25 dB are usually not considered to be serious in typically developing children, there is evidence to suggest that even mild .
http://www.down-syndrome.org/information/development/childhood/?page=5

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Hearing disorders in children with Down syndrome
The vast majority of children acquire language primarily by hearing what is being . It may be present from birth or develop in later life and the higher frequency tones . Perceptually, the sound seems to double in loudness every ten decibels.
http://www.down-syndrome.org/updates/222/

Hearing Loss in Children: a risk factor for speech and language
Hearing loss in children is a frequent contributing factor to speech and language impairment. . it can have a lasting negative effect on their speech and language development. . The higher the number of decibels (dB), the louder the sound.
http://www.speech-language-development.com/hearing-loss-in-children.html

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The Children´s Hearing Institute -- Hearing Health/Preserving Hearing
In addition 15.5% of children ages 12 to 19 had some hearing loss in one or both ears, . Sounds that are less than 80 decibels are unlikely to cause hearing loss. . noise can adversely affect a child's hearing, language development, ability to .
http://www.childrenshearing.org/custom/hearing_health.html

The Children´s Hearing Institute -- Frequently Asked Questions ...
Your child should always be retested if you suspect a change in his/her hearing ability. . Hearing is critical for developing speech and language. . Noise levels greater than 80 decibels can be hazardous and can damage your hearing.
http://www.childrenshearing.org/custom/faq_hearing_loss.html

Deafness and Hearing Loss
When hearing loss goes undetected, children are delayed in developing . Generally, only children whose hearing loss is greater than 90 decibels (dB) are .
http://nichcy.org/disability/specific/hearingloss

Auditory-Verbal Therapy for Children with Hearing Impairment
recorded in decibels in hearing levels (dB HL), a unit expressing the ratio between 2 sound pressures or 2 sound powers.2,3. Children with normal hearing .
http://www.annals.edu.sg/pdf/34VolNo4200505/V34N4p307.pdf

MINIMAL HEARING LOSS (16-25 dB)
A 20 dB or greater hearing loss in the better ear can result in absent, inconsistent . that the child's speech, language and learning will develop at a normal rate.
http://successforkidswithhearingloss.com/uploads/Relationship_of_Hearing_Loss__Listening__and_Learning_Need_2_per_pg.doc

Hearing Screening in Children - Department of Otolaryngology ...
. causes of hearing loss do not take effect until later in the child's development. . Screening procedures to detect hearing impairment that exceeds 20-30 dB HL .
http://www.entcolumbia.org/childscrn.html

MINIMAL HEARING LOSS
Normal hearing for children ranges from 0-20 decibels in all frequencies. . to sequence and recall, and lack of development of preskills in the previous grades.
http://www.msu.edu/~huffma23/

Development of Hearing in a Human Fetus | eHow.com
How well can a fetus hear the noises around it? . These studies found that the usual sound level in the womb is about 75 decibels. . The Development of Children; Michael Cole, Ph.D, Sheila R. Cole, Cynthia Lightfoot, Ph.D · Development of .
http://www.ehow.com/about_5312868_development-hearing-human-fetus.html

Degrees of hearing loss in children - Siemens Hearing Instruments
Moderate hearing loss, 41 - 55 dB, Your child may miss over 50% of speech, and . or unclear articulation of speech sounds and develop limited communication .
http://hearing.siemens.com/en/09-children-hearing-loss/02-testing-children/04-degrees-of-hearing-loss/degrees.jsp

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is measured in decibels - FIRST YEARS - Professional Development ...
(Some audiograms, in fact, begin at -10 dB HL or lower.) Audiologists consider 0 -15 dB HL to be "normal hearing" in children (0 - 25 dB HL in adults). Amplitude .
http://www.firstyears.org/lib/howtoread.htm

Perceptual Development
Degrees of hearing loss are measured in decibels, the greater the decibel . Hearing loss influences children's preferences for gathering sensory information .
http://center.uncg.edu/content/v2/m3/m3_learner.pdf

Audiologic assessment of children with suspected hearing loss
tion of auditory sensitivity in infants and children who, because of develop- . imately 0 to 10 dB in adults, it ranges from 15 to 25 dB in 1-year-old infants .
http://inovapeds.org/library/readings/Tympanometry/Audiologic%20assessment%20of%20children%20with%20suspected%20hearing%20loss.pdf

Language Development and Mild-to-Moderate Hearing Loss: Does ...
Louat, 2002) explored morphosyntactic development in 20 French-speaking children ages 6–13 with MMHL. (PTA 37 dB–64 dB) via elicited production and .
http://www.unige.ch/fapse/psycholinguistique/perception/equipe/HeleneDelage/JSLHR.pdf

Health effects from noise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The older dB(A) weighting filter described above is used widely in the U.S., but . Children continue to develop their speech perception abilities until they reach .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_effects_from_noise

Hearing Impairments - Project IDEAL
In contrast, a child with hearing loss can generally respond to auditory stimuli, . ( measured in units called decibels, dB) and its frequency or pitch (measured in . Social Development: Social-emotional development in children with hearing .
http://www.projectidealonline.org/hearingImpairments.php

Newborn Hearing Screening
6 days ago . In a comprehensive study of extremely low birth-weight children, the incidence and . significant delays in language development and academic achievement. . The click stimulus (usually set at 35 dB hearing level [HL]) is .
http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/836646-overview

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Mild and Unilateral Hearing Loss in Children
Prevalence estimates in school-aged children range from 10 to 15 (per 1000) . loss already experience delays in language development (Stredler-Brown, 2005) . . a PTA of greater than 35-40 dB HL are being identified in the newborn period.
http://www.asha.org/aud/articles/hearlosschild.htm

Hearing impairment: Definition from Answers.com
Profound, in which a child can only hear sounds above 90 dB. A hearing aid . The symptoms of secretory otitis media develop gradually and fluctuate. They are .
http://www.answers.com/topic/hearing-impairment-1

Dangerous Decibels » FAQ
Is it only the decibel level that is important in terms of damage to the ears, . including children, adolescents, young adults and older people can develop NIHL.
http://www.dangerousdecibels.org/education/information-center/faq/

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
Although being aware of decibel levels is an important factor in protecting one's . including children, teens, young adults, and older people, can develop NIHL.
http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/hearing/noise.asp

Hearing Impairment - baby, symptoms, average ... - Children's Health
Profound, in which a child can only hear sounds above 90 dB. A hearing aid . The symptoms of secretory otitis media develop gradually and fluctuate. They are .
http://www.healthofchildren.com/G-H/Hearing-Impairment.html

Noise Pollution: A Modern Plague
13 In New York City , maximum noise levels measured 106 dB on subway . cognition, behavior, social-emotional development, academic outcomes, and later . of brief duration) should never exceed 140 dB in adults and 120 dB in children.
http://www.nonoise.org/library/smj/smj.htm

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