FOX4: When and why parents should advocate for hearing testing

August 11, 2018

As schools are starting back up, parents may want to pay close attention to their children's behavior. Kids who have hearing loss can act out in ways that may seem like it is behavioral issues. Saint Luke’s Midwest Ear Institute's Dr. Jamie Governal spoke with FOX4 about what are common signs that kids may have hearing loss, how hearing loss can effect their behavior and grades at school, what you can do if you think your child may have a hard time hearing, and what treatment options there are for families. 
 

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