Cochlear Implants

Cochlear implants are often called bionic ears because these surgically implanted devices provide sound to profoundly deaf people. With a cochlear implant, the world of sound, music and speech can be experienced by those that otherwise would live in a silent world.

Rehabilitation and Support

The Barton G. Kids Hear Now Foundation provides hearing-challenged infants, children and their families with assistance in transitioning from a silent world into a world of sound through the use of cochlear implants by providing resources and therapy before and after patients receive their implants.

Speech and Auditory therapy

Whether or not children successfully develop language skills is dependant on the therapy they receive once they acquire their cochlear implant. Auditory therapy allows children the opportunity to develop communication and social skills and follows the progression of the hearing-challenged to hearing child.

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