Daniel Island Hearing Center was established in 2005 by Jennifer Esse, Doctor of Audiology. Your road to better hearing begins here. Your individual needs are carefully assessed in order to find the hearing solution that best compliments your lifestyle. Your questions about hearing loss will be answered in a professional environment. Daniel Island Hearing Center is your resource for better hearing.
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Approximately 36 million people in the United States have hearing loss. The causes of hearing loss can be divided into two broad categories, congenital hearing loss and acquired hearing loss Congenital hearing loss is defined as hearing loss present at or acquired soon after birth. Acquired deafness is defined as the loss of hearing that occurs or develops some time during a person’s life but was not present at birth. Fortunately, many cases of acquired hearing loss can be prevented. SOME SIMPLE STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTING HEARING LOSS INCLUDE: Immunizing children against childhood
First of all it’s never a bad idea to get your hearing checked even if you don’t think you’re having any problems hearing. A baseline assessment of your hearing can always be used as a comparison years from now when you’re sure you have a problem. But back to the original question, “Is it time to get your hearing checked?” Your significant other has started to mention that you might be having some problems hearing, your kids have noticed, even your closest friends are wondering about your ability to hear. So,
Aphasia, as defined by the Mayo Clinic “is a condition that robs you of the ability to communicate. Aphasia can affect your ability to express and understand language, both verbal and written. Aphasia typically occurs suddenly after a stroke or a head injury. But it can also come on gradually from a slowly growing brain tumor or a degenerative disease. The amount of disability depends on the location and the severity of the brain damage.” APHASIA AND HEARING LOSS So what does that have to do with hearing loss? Aphasia
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