Was your child born with a moderate - to - profound hearing loss in both ears?
Does your child fail to respond to your voice even while wearing hearing aids?
Has your child experienced a hearing loss after learning how to speak?
Is your child no longer progressing with speech and communication skills?
Does your child depend heavily on lip - reading?
Is your child exhausted at the end of the school day because communication requires such a high degree of concentration?
As parents, are you highly motivated to work with your child to help them develop age appropriate language and communication skills?
If you answered "yes" to several of these questions, you child may be a candidate for a cochlear implant. If you'd like to know more about the viability of a cochlear implant, you should discuss your child's options with a member of our cochlear implant team.
An increasing number of adults are choosing to have cochlear implants as they realize that they no longer need to live in isolation caused by hearing loss. With a cochlear implant talking on the phone, participating in meetings, enjoying concerts and the cinema, and interacting with family and friends may once again become a reality.
Do you have to ask people to repeat themselves in one - on - one conversations, even in a quiet room?
Do you only understand relatives and close friends on the telephone?
Do you depend on lip - reading to understand a conversation?
While dining with friends in a restaurant, do you have difficulty following the conversation?
Do you avoid social activities because you can't hear what is being discussed and are afraid you will not respond correctly?
Do you watch only captioned television programs?
Can you no longer hear birds singing?
If you answered "yes" to several of these questions, you may be a candidate for a cochlear implant. To find out more about the viability of a cochlear implant you should discuss your options with a member of our cochlear implant team
My experience with cochlear implant My name is Gerald Andrew; I am 29 year old male Tanzanian. Last year (2009) was one of the most memorable for me. It’s when I received my cochlear implant at Apollo hospital in New Delhi after Read More »
I wanted to thank you immensely for the help that you provided to my father and thus to our family by giving him the gift of hearing. He is now recovering well and is able to hear all the conversations as normally as anyone else can.
My father, underwent a Stapedotomy ear surgery to correc ct his hearing problem, first in one ear and then 6 months later in the other. The result of the surgery was better than expected and post full recovery my father is able to hear very well. Read More »
My experience with cochlear implant My name is Gerald Andrew; I am 29 year old male Tanzanian. Last year (2009) was one of the most memorable for me. It’s when I received my cochlear implant at Apollo hospital in New Delhi after more than three years of hearing loss. Everyone’s experience with coch hlear implant is a bit different therefore, am happy to share mine with anybody out there, from the moment I lost my hearing, my experience during my stay at Apollo Hospital and one year later on, after cochlear implant. Read More »