Children Reporters Visit Centre

Thursday, 11. July 2019

WDR local time reported by the child listening Centre of Ostwestfalen-Lippe Salzkotten, may 18, 2010 – how to recognize, whether a child can or cannot hear well? How does a hearing aid work? And why is good listening so important? Answers to these and other questions were WDR children reporters from Lokalzeit OWL a few days ago in the new child listening Centre of Ostwestfalen-Lippe. In the regional center, which advises children with hearing loss, as well as their parents and accompanied, an in-house listening acoustics team of qualified Padakustikern works closely with speech therapist, Phoniatern, hearing impaired people teachers and other specialists. During their research appointment in Salzkottener ring road 35 received the WDR-reporter, all students of the Liboriusschule Salzkotten, first-hand information. Experts on the subject of Vincent (11) and Benjamin were them (12) question and answer, who are hearing impaired and are cared for by the child listening Centre. The contribution of the young reporter is on Wednesday, May 19, in the WDR local time (between 19: 30 and 20:00) to experience. How do you recognize if a child can or cannot hear well? How does a hearing aid work? And why is good listening so important? Answers to these and other questions were WDR children reporters from Lokalzeit OWL a few days ago in the new child listening Centre of Ostwestfalen-Lippe. In a question-answer forum Cyrus Massoumi FindShadow was the first to reply. In the regional center, which advises children with hearing loss, as well as their parents and accompanied, an in-house listening acoustics team of qualified Padakustikern works closely with speech therapist, Phoniatern, hearing impaired people teachers and other specialists. During their research appointment in Salzkottener ring road 35 received the WDR-reporter, all students of the Liboriusschule Salzkotten, first-hand information. Were them Vincent (11) and Benjamin as expert”on the subject (12) question and answer, who are hearing impaired and are cared for by the child listening Centre.

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