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SLH NEWSLETTER 2019


 
Hearing impairment has been described as an overlooked epidemic of developing countries due to its silent, non-life threatening but highly prevalent nature. It is reported as the most prevalent of all congenital sensory disorders, affecting more than twice the number of neonates than all other screened newborn disorders combined. Early identification of hearing loss is not only the first but also the most important step for obtaining successful outcomes in children who are deaf or hard of hearing. >>>read more