Hearing Tests For Children

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Last Updated: 03 May 2022

Regular hearing tests are offered to newborn infants and children to identify any troubles early in their growth. An early diagnosis will assist guarantee you and your child have access to any special support services you may need. Your child's hearing may be examined: Within a couple of weeks of birth, this is known as newborn hearing screening and it's commonly performed before you leave health center after delivering. From 9 months to 2, 5 years of age, you might be asked whether you have any concerns about your child's hearing as part of your baby's health and growth testimonials, and hearing tests can be prepared if required. At around 4 or 5 years old, some children will have a hearing test when they start school, this might be performed at school or an audiology department relying on where you live.

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