Better Hearing Means Better Speech & Language Development
Hearing is an invisible sense that is a necessary precursor for speech and language development. Hearing is also linked to reading and writing skill development, as well! We are all connected; our ears are connected to the back of our noses by the Eustachian Tube.
‘Tis still the season when children have colds and “stuffy noses! When noses are filled with mucus, often the mucus moves into the ears, creating Intermittent Hearing Loss. The good news is this is a manageable problem. Over-the-counter, saline nasal spray (salt water) will naturally clean out the mucus from the nose which cleans the inner & middle ear. When the ear is clean, sound can vibrate to the brain for optimal hearing ability. Hearing is a first order event!