How common is hearing loss?
32 million children around the world are affected with hearing loss.
Approximately 1.4 to 5 out of every 1000 children are born with hearing loss, while 60% are due to preventable causes.
Childhood hearing loss is often identified during newborn hearing screenings that are performed 24-48 hours after birth. However, some children who pass these screenings show signs of loss, as they grow older.
1.1 billion people between the ages of 12-35 are at risk of hearing loss due to exposure to noise in recreational settings with 12.5% having permanent damage.
The most popular hearing aid for children is a behind-the-ear hearing aid with an added ear mould for comfort and stability.
Resound Up Smart Hearing aids use a unique sound processing strategy: Surround Sound by ReSound. No matter what kind of hearing loss your child has, Resound Up Smart hearing aids deliver the clear, consistent sound that is important for acquiring language and learning skills.
Amazing Hearing Centre is currently offering 20% off for all Resound Up Smart Hearing aids for teenagers from 12 to 18 years old.