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Auditory Games for Children

by Danielle Eickenhorst
According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, there are three types of hearing loss: conducive, sensorineural and mixed. Conducive hearing loss is when sound is not processed properly through outer ear canal to the eardrum. Sensorinerual hearing loss happens when there is damage to ...
Cindy Vines
Cindy Vines • 1 year ago

Auditory Games for Children

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