CDC Data and Statistics About Hearing Loss in Children

In the United States alone, the CDC have studies that show a range of estimates for the number of children with hearing loss.

Visit https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/hearingloss/data.html where you can also find the following:

  • Newborn Hearing Screening, Diagnosis, and Intervention
  • Causes, Risk Factors, and Characteristics
  • Transition Into Adulthood
  • Economic Cost

 

Other featured articles are –

Supporting Deaf Children During COVID-19
Learn how two Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) programs are providing essential services to these children and their families during COVID-19.
(Published: May 29, 2020)

Can Your Baby Hear You Say “I Love You?”
Find out why hearing screening is important, how to get your baby screened, and what to do with the results.
(Published: May 29, 2019)

Vocabulary and Children with Hearing Loss
A study recently published in the journal, Pediatrics, entitled “Early Hearing Detection and Vocabulary of Children with Hearing Loss,” found that early diagnosis and intervention for children with hearing loss can help them develop communication skills.
(Published: July 10, 2017)

Even more resources can be found here:

National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD)

Español (Spanish)

Connect with NCBDDD Social Media

 

Did you like this post?
Please Share

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Hearing Loss Association of Florida

The Hearing Loss Association of Florida, Inc. (HLAA-FL), a Voluntary non-profit organization, is dedicated to the well-being of the more than 3-million Floridians of all ages and communication styles with hearing loss.

Previous Post | Next Post

Advertise / Support HLAA-FL

Florida Newsletter Signup

HLAA Archives

Design is a funny word